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 Ratings4
    Overall CultureC+

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    Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)530(+3%)
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    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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    Antibody Essentials Part 3: How Antibody Technologies Evolved

    Since the discovery of antibodies, decades of research and development have spurred technological advances, leading us to where we are today – able to readily purchase antibodies as off-the-shelf reagents for scientific research. Understanding the background and historical development of…

    Antibody Essentials Part 2: Antibody Diversity and Classification

    Understanding how antibodies are made and the pros and cons of the different types of antibodies is critical when it's time to design your experiments and generate reproducible data. Here we’ll take a look at the biological mechanisms that allow for the incredible functional diversity of…

    Antibody Essentials Part 1: Antibody Basics

    As a scientist, you probably already appreciate the vital role of antibodies in research. You may also be aware that the research community has been talking a lot about antibody validation over the past few years. The aim of the Antibody Essentials series is to clear up some of the confu…

    Immunology: Immunophenotyping Basics

    Immunophenotyping is a technique that uses antibodies to allow the identification and quantification of particular cell types within a heterogeneous population.

    Neuroinflammation in Neurodegenerative Diseases

    Neuroinflammation is the activation of an immune response in the central nervous system (CNS; brain and spinal cord) by microglia and astrocytes. Typically, neuroinflammation occurs in response to CNS injury, infection, toxins, or as a consequence of autoimmunity. While transient neuroin…

    Autophagy: Taking Out the Cellular Trash Has Widespread Therapeutic Implications

    The term “autophagy” introduced by the biochemist Christian de Duve in 1963 is derived from the Greek meaning “self-eating” and is a fundamental process for the degradation and recycling of cytoplasmic components. The broad term of autophagy has been classified into different types inclu…
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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 530 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.