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  • Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. The research takes us a step closer to making replacement brain tissue derived from a patient’s own skin or blood cells to help treat conditions such as brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, […]

    3D-printed brain-like tissue from SC

    Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. The research takes us a step closer to making replacement brain tissue derived from a patient’s own skin or blood cells to help treat conditions such as brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy and schizophrenia. The bio-ink is made of human induced pluripotent stem cells (#iPSC), which have the same power as embryonic stem cells to turn into any cell...
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  • Our partner BioLife Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLFS), the leading supplier of pre-formulated, clinical grade cell and tissue hypothermic storage and cryopreservation freeze media (“BioLife”), announced on that Kolon Life Science, TissueGene’s exclusive licensee for Asia, including Korea, has received marketing approval for Invossa-K Inj., the world’s first cell and gene therapy for degenerative arthritis from […]

    Korean Approval Received by Kolon Life Science, TissueGene’s Exclusive Licensee

    Our partner BioLife Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLFS), the leading supplier of pre-formulated, clinical grade cell and tissue hypothermic storage and cryopreservation freeze media (“BioLife”), announced on that Kolon Life Science, TissueGene’s exclusive licensee for Asia, including Korea, has received marketing approval for Invossa-K Inj., the world’s first cell and gene therapy for degenerative arthritis from the Korea Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS).The manufactured Invossa cell and...
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  • All across the world, scientists have begun clinical trials to try and do just that, by making use of the incredible power and versatility of #stem cells, which are special cells that can make endless copies of themselves and transform into every other type of cell. While human embryos contain #embryonic stem cells, which help […]

    Stem Cells: The Future of Medicine

    All across the world, scientists have begun clinical trials to try and do just that, by making use of the incredible power and versatility of #stem cells, which are special cells that can make endless copies of themselves and transform into every other type of cell. While human embryos contain #embryonic stem cells, which help them to develop, the use of those cells has been controversial. The scientists are using induced pluripotent stem cells instead, which are other cells that have been reprogrammed...
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  • Orthopedic spine surgeons don’t have a definitive way to promote bone growth, but a new bioactive nanomaterial, powered by sugar, shows promise at stimulating #regeneration. While the new method has only been studied in an animal model of spinal fusion, researchers say it could readily translate to humans. Read more here.

    Can sugar-coated nanomaterial get bones to grow?

    Orthopedic spine surgeons don’t have a definitive way to promote bone growth, but a new bioactive nanomaterial, powered by sugar, shows promise at stimulating #regeneration. While the new method has only been studied in an animal model of spinal fusion, researchers say it could readily translate to humans. Read more here.
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  • Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered that a subset of immune cells called nonclassical monocytes (#NCMs), previously unknown to reside in the lungs, play a key role in driving , primary graft dysfunction (PGD), the leading cause of death after lung #transplantation. The study, published in Science Translational Medicine, also demonstrates targeting these cells could lead […]

    Hidden Immune Cells play Key Role

    Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered that a subset of immune cells called nonclassical monocytes (#NCMs), previously unknown to reside in the lungs, play a key role in driving , primary graft dysfunction (PGD), the leading cause of death after lung #transplantation. The study, published in Science Translational Medicine, also demonstrates targeting these cells could lead to novel treatments for PGD, a complication that currently impacts more than half of transplant patients. Read...
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  • Why the Heart does not Repair itself?

    New Study: Heart muscle is one of the least renewable tissues in the body. According to a new study, a group of researchers has fund that #heart muscle is one of the least renewable tissues in the body, which is one of the reasons that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The team has studied pathways known to be involved in heart cell functions and discovered a previously unknown connection between processes that keep the heart from repairing itself. The study was...
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  • NEW: Multi-mode HILIC Microparticles for pre-Mass Spectrometry Sample Cleanup

    Resyn Biotech  launches a new product at ASMS 2017: MagReSyn® HILIC MagReSyn® HILIC provides a highly reproducible, unbiased and fully automatable solution for parallel protein sample clean-up prior to MS analysis. Please visit our partner at Booth 408 at the 65th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics (ASMS) 2017 in Indianapolis, USA, June 4-8, 2017. The range of possible sample contaminants, variability in starting material, & range of possible reagents for sample...
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  • Conversion of adult #, endothelium to immunocompetent #hematopoietic stem cells

    This paper is great promise: Developmental pathways that orchestrate the fleeting transition of endothelial cells into haematopoietic stem cells remain undefined. Here we demonstrate a tractable approach for fully reprogramming adult mouse endothelial cells to haematopoietic stem cells (rEC-HSCs) through transient expression of the transcription-factor-encoding genes Fosb, Gfi1, Runx1, and Spi1 (collectively denoted hereafter as FGRS) and vascular-niche-derived angiocrine factors. Read more here. @WeillCornell...
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  • ReSyn Biosciences is a Consortium Member of the BioCapture Network

    Our Partner #ReSyn Biosciences became a member of the BioCapture network. This is a European Training Network (ETN) funded by the European Commission under the #Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action. The network consists of 15 research groups, spread across 11 universities and institutes and 4 industrial partners in 6 different countries that have come together to train a new generation of chemists/phycisists/biologists through an EU-wide #PhD training network. The main aim of this interdisciplinary...
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  • ES/iPS: Epigenetic program leading to Vessel Differentiation

    Clarification of how human blood vessels are constructed is desperately needed to advance regenerative medicine. Researchers investigated the changes in gene functions that occur when stem cells become vascular cells. They found that the histone code, which alters the transcriptional state of the gene, changes over time as #stem cells differentiate into blood vessels in response to a stimulus. #Regenerative medicine has made remarkable progress due to research with embryonic stem (#ES) cells and...
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