cGMP Infrastructure


GTP Processing 



PCT offers a full range of cell therapy clinical services. Our Good Tissue Practices (GTP) clinical services provide our clinician and healthcare organization clients with economic alternatives for collection, processing, and storage of human cells.

Our GTP Service Offerings

  • Cryopreservation and storage

  • CD34 cell selection

  • T cell depletion

  • Red blood cell depletion

  • Plasma depletion

  • Donor leukocyte preparation

  • Umbilical cord blood processing

  • Bone marrow and peripheral blood progenitor cell processing

  • Flow cytometric analyses

  • Polymerase chain reaction

  • Microbial assays

  • Blood typing

  • Infectious disease testing

  • IMP (Investigational Medicinal Product) formulation and delivery

In addition, PCT can perform functional assays, including cytolytic T cells (CR51), clonogenic analyses (CFU-G, GM, GEMM) and cytokine production (ELISA). These services can be contracted as part of a package or on an individual basis.

PCT offers cell and tissue processing clients an automated software system - PCTFORME ( - so that clients can securely access patient details on-line and to provide clients with real time product ordering, processing and retrieval via automated communications between PCT's clients and laboratory staff. The system is expected to significantly enhance communication by enabling easy tracking of current processing, increasing PCT's efficiencies and streamlining the process for the ordering of patient cells for infusion. PCTFORME is HIPAA compliant and built on a proven Microsoft software platform and supporting cloud based hardware infrastructure.

GTP Service Packages

PCT's GTP services can be purchased in comprehensive packages. Our clinical GTP service packages incorporate commonly used services for specific human cell types and frequently performed assays, including:

  • Peripheral blood progenitor cells

  • Bone marrow

  • Cord blood

  • Donor leukocytes

  • Assays

  • Blood typing & infectious disease testing

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