Click here to see how researchers in London are using mesenchymal stem cells derived from fat tissue to grow ears for children with ear deformities.
Click here to see how researchers in Korea are using autologous mesenchymal stem cells to treat bronchopulmonary dysplasia in pre-term babies.
Allogenic Mesenchymal Stem Cell Treatment in Rhesus Macaques is Haplotype Dependent and Limits Durable Cell Engraftment
Researchers studying the effects of allogenic mesenchymal stem cells transplanted into Rhesus Macaques have determined that allogenic MSCs are weakly immunogenic when transplanted across MHC boundaries which negatively impacts durable engraftment levels. Click here to read the full article. This … read more
Click here to see how researchers in multiple countries have treated two infants with Osteogenesis Imperfecta with autologous mesenchymal stem cells treatment.
Researchers in Stockholm are investigating the use of mesenchymal stem cells for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. Early studies are showing that the MSCs “repair and regenerate inflammation-induced damage to lung tissues”. Click here to view the whole story.
The Vail Symposium will be holding a stem cell panel called “Stem Cells: The Future of Medicine is Now.” Dr. Stanley Jones of Celltex will be a guest speaker. The symposium will be held on January 10, 2014 in Vail, … read more
Click here to see how researchers at the University of Missouri are using mesenchymal stem cells to help rebuild beta cells in an effort to cure Type 1 Diabetes.
Celltex is in discussions with Dr. Mohit Khera, MD, Assistant Professor at the Scott Department of Urology at the Baylor College of Medicine, regarding his clinical trial that focuses on stem cells and testosterone. He is currently working with the … read more
Click here to find out more about the various types of stem cells and their uses.
Click here to see how researchers at the University of Illinois are using mesenchymal stem cells to create new blood vessels.