cytoplasmic matrix

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cy·to·plas·mic ma·trix

a fluid cytoplasmic substance filling the interstices of the cytoskeleton.
Synonym(s): cell matrix, cytomatrix
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Miltenyi Biotec, Life Technologies, Replicell, Neximmune, TC Biopharm, Pluristem Therapeutics, ReNeuron, Voria Biomaterials, CellProthera, and Cytomatrix.
Prior to Alseres, he held senior executive roles and directorships at several public and private companies--including CEO of CytoMatrix Inc.
The Geelong Future Industry Project (GFIP), a part of the Coalition Government s $11 million Skilling the Bay Initiative, allowed local biotechnology company Cytomatrix, Geelong based engineering firm Austeng and Deakin University to construct the facility.
One of its other subsidiaries, Cytomatrix, based in New Jersey, holds a series of patents for a unique three-dimensional cellular growth technology.
A further open possibility is that presynaptic microtubules remain crosslinked to docked synaptic vesicles by means of a complex presynaptic scaffold protein network referred to as the cytomatrix of the active zone (CAZ).
The Cytomatrix Neuron Model and Evolutionary Adaptation.
President and a Director of CyGenics, President of Cordlife, and President and Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Cytomatrix.
Prior to Alseres, Mark co-founded and led three development-stage biotechnology companies - Cygenics, Oramax and Cytomatrix - where he was responsible for overall management, capital formation and development efforts.
TABLE 39 CYTOMATRIX, LLC STEM CELL PATENTS ISSUED OR EXCLUSIVELY LICENSED
From its headquarters in Australia, CyGenics operates four subsidiary businesses: Singapore-based CordLife (tissue banking services, in particular, cord blood banking) and Cell Sciences (consumable cell culture products), Cytomatrix (cell therapeutics and technology development) based in the USA, and CytoVations (new product development) also based in the USA.
From its headquarters in Australia, CyGenics operates four subsidiaries: Singapore-based CordLife (tissue banking services, in particular, cord blood banking) and Cell Sciences (consumable cell culture products), and Cytomatrix (cell therapeutics and technology development) based in Boston, USA, and CytoVations (new product development) based in New Jersey, USA.