Cell Signaling Technology

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    Cell Signaling Technology develops and produces antibodies, ELISA kits, ChIP kits, proteomic kits, and other related reagents. Its products are used to study the cell signaling pathways that impact human health. The Company maintains an in-house research program, particularly in the area of cancer research, and has published scientific papers in many peer-reviewed journals.

    HQDanvers, MA, US
    Employee Ratings3.9

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    Employees (est.) (May 2021)515
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Cell Signaling Technology

    Michael J. Comb

    Michael J. Comb

    President, Chief Executive Officer
    Roberto Polakiewicz

    Roberto Polakiewicz

    Chief Scientific Officer
    Paul K. Aldridge

    Paul K. Aldridge

    Chief Digital Officer
    Matthew Curran

    Matthew Curran

    Chief Financial Officer
    Craig M. Thompson

    Craig M. Thompson

    Vice President of Global Operations
    John Letcher

    John Letcher

    Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources
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    Cell Signaling Technology Office Locations

    Cell Signaling Technology has offices in Danvers, Beverly, Boston, Chiyoda City and in 1 other location
    Danvers, MA, US (HQ)
    3 Trask Ln
    Beverly, MA, US
    32 Tozer Rd
    Chiyoda City, JP
    1-chōme-6-10 Uchikanda
    Leiden, NL
    Dellaertweg 9b
    Leiden, NL
    Schuttersveld 2
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    Unraveling the Role of G3BPs in the Regulation of Cellular Energetics

    In an article recently published by Prentzell et al in Cell, scientists used around 30 different Cell Signaling Technology® (CST®) antibodies to characterize the Ras GTPase-activating protein-binding proteins G3BP1 and G3BP2. These proteins are widely used as markers of stress granules (…

    Set Realistic Recycling Goals at Home

    While most of us don’t think of it this way, recycling is an old concept. Humans have been creatively reusing materials for centuries. As our collective waste problem grows in size, it forces us to become even more creative and diligent in finding solutions.

    Mechanisms of Cell Death: Necrosis & Necroptosis

    The thought of necrotic cell death might bring to mind images from an old horror movie, but as with most processes in cellular biology, it is more fascinatingly complex upon closer investigation.

    How Do I Measure Metabolism?

    Several different assays can be used by scientists to measure metabolism in a variety of contexts. These include methods to directly determine metabolic rates as well as to examine key signaling pathways and environmental cues, like hypoxia and oxidative stress, which directly influence …

    The Role of Neural and Glial Cell Markers

    The central nervous system (CNS) is composed of highly specialized cells, each playing a key role in the processing of sensory and motor inputs. Neurons, one CNS cell type, have an anatomy that specializes in the transmission and processing of electrical signals. Detection and expression…

    Mechanisms of Cell Death: Pyroptosis

    Under the category of necrotic cell death, there are many well-characterized, as well as some newly described, processes of cellular destruction. Contrary to classical thinking, necrotic cell death is not always physical and accidental in nature. Cells may trigger specific programmed sel…
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    Cell Signaling Technology Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Cell Signaling Technology founded?

      Cell Signaling Technology was founded in 1999.

    • Who are Cell Signaling Technology key executives?

      Cell Signaling Technology's key executives are Michael J. Comb, Roberto Polakiewicz and Paul K. Aldridge.

    • How many employees does Cell Signaling Technology have?

      Cell Signaling Technology has 515 employees.

    • Who are Cell Signaling Technology competitors?

      Competitors of Cell Signaling Technology include Laboratorios Bago, Unither Pharmaceuticals and Libbs Farmaceutica.

    • Where is Cell Signaling Technology headquarters?

      Cell Signaling Technology headquarters is located at 3 Trask Ln, Danvers.

    • Where are Cell Signaling Technology offices?

      Cell Signaling Technology has offices in Danvers, Beverly, Boston, Chiyoda City and in 1 other location.

    • How many offices does Cell Signaling Technology have?

      Cell Signaling Technology has 6 offices.