Monday, 16 September 2019

Stem Cells News

  • Stem cell scientist sues Nobel laureate for deception

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 17 May, 2013

    Singapore: Dr Rongxiang Xu, a scientist who claims to be the founder of human body regenerative restoration science, has filed a lawsuit against Dr Shinya Yamanaka, one of the winners of th...Read more

  • CardioCel heals the heart by attracting stem cells

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 28 Nov, 2012

    Singapore: Australia-based Allied Healthcare has demonstrated that its cardiovascular patches, CardioCel, promote healing at the site of repair of heart valves. The study was undertaken in...Read more

  • Vitro Diagnostics, StemGenesis tie up for China market

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 13 Sep, 2012

    Singapore: Vitro Diagnostics has signed an agreement with StemGenesis for the exclusive distribution of its products in Chinese provinces of Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Shandong, Z...Read more

  • Cellular launches stromal cell purification kit

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 05 Nov, 2013

    Singapore: US-based Cellular Biomedicine is all set to launch 'A-Stromal', a  adipose stromal cell purification kit in China. In addition, they have signed an exclusive license deal for ma...Read more

  • Novogen progresses on drugs against genetic, degenerative disorders

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 14 Nov, 2013

    Singapore: Australian company Novogen, engaged in a pilot program aimed at breakthrough development of drugs to treat a wide range of genetic and non-genetic degenerative diseases, has met ...Read more

  • Fat influences decisions taken by brain cells

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 31 Dec, 2012

    Singapore: Researchers at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, identified two molecules that help in the survival and production of neurons in the brain. The study was published in the journal, N...Read more

  • Singapore Scientists Grow Mini Human Brains

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 24 Apr, 2016

    Singapore: Scientists in Singapore have made a big leap on research on the 'mini-brain'. These advanced mini versions of the human midbrain will help researchers develop treatments and cond...Read more

  • Stem cell study reveals potential diabetes cure

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 03 Dec, 2012

    Singapore: A research conducted by Australian scientists on stem cells has shown that patients suffering from type 1 diabetes have the ability to make their own insulin thus erasing the nee...Read more

  • Asia's first dental stem cell bank is here

    Stem Cells |  Influencers | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 1 Comment | 28 Oct, 2013

    With the experience of scientists having discovered the optimum medical therapeutic utilizing the nucleus of regenerative medicine - stem cell therapy, founders of India and Asia's first de...Read more

  • UK, Australia research institutes collaborate on T-cell stimulation technology

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 26 May, 2016

    The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGT) and the CRC for Cell Therapy Manufacturing (CTM CRC), the Australian centre for translation of cell therapy technologies, have announced a project t...Read more

  • Biobanking has attractive prospects in Asia

    Stem Cells |  Opinion | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 12 Jun, 2012

    Asia is becoming increasingly important as a market for upcoming biobanks. Within Asia, India, China and Japan have attractive prospects. Many countries in Asia have launched or are about t...Read more

  • China Cord Blood, Cordlife join hands for stem cell therapy services

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 25 Jul, 2014

    Singapore: China Cord Blood Corporation (CCBC) and Cordlife Group, a multi-product healthcare company catering to the mother and child segment, have come together to assist patients across ...Read more

  • Jeremy Yee quits China Cord Blood board

    Stem Cells |  Influencers | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 30 Sep, 2013

    Singapore: Mr Jeremy Yee, an independent non-executive director of China Cord Blood Corporation (CCBC), a provider of cord blood collection, laboratory testing, hematopoietic stem cell proc...Read more

  • LifeCell offers Dual Storage of stem cells

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 21 Dec, 2012

    Singapore: LifeCell International, India's largest stem cell storage company, announced the launch of India's first Dual Storage service that allows stem cells to be stored at two geographi...Read more

  • Cynata appoints Paul K Wotton to Board of Directors

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 13 Jun, 2016

    Singapore: Australian stem cell and regenerative medicine company, Cynata Therapeutics Limited, has announced that highly regarded and experienced biopharmaceutical industry executive, Dr P...Read more

  • Korea's Green cross expands cell therapy business in China

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 12 Mar, 2015

    Singapore: South Korean biopharmaceutical company, Green Cross, is expanding its presence in China by building a cell therapy facility to produce and distribute cell therapy products in the...Read more

  • Taiwan approves stem cell supplement by RBC Life Sciences

    Stem Cells |  Regulatory | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 28 Aug, 2012

    Singapore: Taiwan has approved import and sale of Stem-Kine, a stem cell supplement by RBC Life Sciences, in the country. Stem-Kine is marketed in Taiwan under the name SK Plus. "Stem cell...Read more

  • ReproCELL to launch human iPS-derived neurons

    Stem Cells |  News | By BioSpectrum Bureau  | 0 Comment | 08 Jun, 2012

    Singapore: ReproCELL, which commercializes human pluripotent stem cells as an effective tool for drug discovery and development, will start commercializing its human iPS-derived neurons in ...Read more



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