The development of specialized cell models for the study of cellular immune systems is an important area of focus in cellular biology research.

Cell irradiation is the process of subjecting cells to radiation of certain dosages to eliminate or reduce cell populations such as feeder cells, non-small cell lung cancer cells, or antigen-presenting cells, etc. This is accomplished through the use of high-energy radiation from X-rays, gamma rays, neutrons, protons, or other sources and is pivotal to making biological discoveries.

As such, researchers require high-performing reliable technology to investigate the effects of radiation on different types of cancer cells, immune cells, and tissues in preclinical and scientific studies.

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