Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Stem Cells News

  • BioSpectrum announces the hits and misses of 2013

    Stem Cells |  Analysis | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Asia attracted a lot of interest from foreign multinational giants in the year 2013. This not only led to the increase in the number of acquisitions and mergers (M&A), it also led to a ...Read more

  • Chugai-Athersys collaborate to develop MultiStem Cell Therapy

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Chugai Pharmaceutical and US-based Athersys have entered into a partnership and license agreement to exclusively develop and commercialize MultiStem cell therapy for ischemic str...Read more

  • Nuvilex licenses Austrianova's livecell encapsulation technology

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Nuvilex, an international biotechnology company providing cell and gene therapy solutions forthe treatment of diseases, has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to use Singapo...Read more

  • LifeCell reaches milestone in India

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Bangalore: LifeCell International, India's largest stem cell bank, achieved a milestone of successfully preserving 50,000 umbilical cord blood stem cell units in its preservation center and...Read more

  • Bone marrow banking is a possibility in future

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: More than 50,000 stem cell transplants are performed each year worldwide. A research team led by US-based Weill Cornell Medical College investigators may have solved a major issu...Read more

  • A*Star stem cells make unlimited kidney cells

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Researchers at A*star's Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN), Singapore, have generated human kidney cells from human embryonic stem cells in vitro. Specifically,...Read more

  • Neuralstem gets FDA nod for spinal cord trial

    Stem Cells |  Regulatory | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Neuralstem received approval from the US FDA to start phase I safety trials of its lead cell therapy candidate, NSI-566, in chronic spinal cord injury patients. The primary objec...Read more

  • Scientists grow teeth from gum cells

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Scientists at King's College London, UK, have developed a way to bioengineer new teeth from a person's own gum cells. Dr Paul Sharpe and colleagues combined human gum cells with ...Read more

  • Stem cells used to make $385 K lab-grown burger

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Researchers at Dr Mark Post's laboratory in the Netherlands have grown nearly five oz of meat in their lab and have given it to an anonymous London restaurant for making it into ...Read more

  • China Cord Blood to advance stem cell service with US tie-up

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: China Cord Blood Corporation (CCBC) and US-based Cord Blood Registry, stem cell companies, have collaborated to share data on cord blood collection, processing and storage to adv...Read more

  • Stem cells from fat outperform those from bone marrow

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Researchers at the Department of Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, have discovered that stem cells harvested from fat (ad...Read more

  • Stem cell 'vehicle' gets human trial approval in Spain

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Stem cell focused firm BioTime has received approval from Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices (AEMPS) to begin human clinical trials of Renevia. Renevia is an unique...Read more

  • GE fortifies iPS cell-derived cellular assay avenue

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: GE Healthcare Life Sciences has licensed Cellular Dynamics International, US-based commercial producer of human induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell lines and tissue cells, to dev...Read more

  • Hong Kong university finds way to delay aging

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Researchers from the Department of Biochemistry of University of Hong Kong's (HKU) Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine have identified Lamin A protein as an activator of the longevit...Read more

  • RNL Bio wins BioSpectrum award for stem cell work

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Cloning of dog in the past has been done using somatic cells. Researchers at RNL Bio used adipose stem cell-derived from fat tissue to clone a dog. They achieved a breakthrough in cloning t...Read more

  • Stem cells treat paralysis for the first time ever

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: StemCells, a company based in California, US, has for the first time in history of the world developed a treatment that has enabled the reversing of paralysis in three patients. ...Read more

  • Swiss firm Biosafe expands in China

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: Swiss firm Biosafe, an automated cell processing system manufacturer, has strengthend its presence in China in cord blood banking, regenerative medicine and bioprocessing markets...Read more

  • CiRA team develops method for renal regeneration

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau | 0 Comment

    Singapore: The research group led by Associate Professor Kenji Osafune and his colleague Shin-ichi Mae, both from Centre for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) at Kyoto University, ha...Read more

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