Scientists discuss the history & promise of exosome research

The History and Promise of Exosome Research

In the late 1990s, there was a new discovery made by scientists in Holland studying immune cells. They showed functions of the cells were carried within the exosomes. Exosomes have recently been shown to communicate with the lymphatic system, to either protect or defend against cancer cells. Scientists are currently studying both diagnostic and therapeutic applications of exosomes.

A range of specific tools and technologies are needed for the isolation, analysis, and research of exosomes and their cargo. Learn about products developed to simplify the overall research and study of exosomes.

Learn about exosome products

Don’t miss any of the episodes:

Episode 1 - “What is an Exosome?”
Episode 3 - “Exosomes in Cancer Research”
Episode 4 - “Curiosity and a Passion for Science”
Episode 5 - “Collaboration—The Key to Scientific Success”
Episode 6 - “Exosomes—The Next Small Thing”

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