cytotherapy

cytotherapy

(si?to-ther'a-pe) [? + therapeia, treatment]
1.
Hormonotherapy.
2. Use of cytotoxic or cytolytic substances or serums to treat disease.
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Grant, "Magnetic resonance contrast and biological effects of intracellular superparamagnetic iron oxides on human mesenchymal stem cells with long-term culture and hypoxic exposure," Cytotherapy, vol.
Cao has been directly responsible for commercialization initiatives, research and development, clinical trials and supply chain/manufacturing for our cytotherapy business.
We are extremely confident that our collaboration with Elsevier will not only help Cytotherapy grow for the benefit of our members and readers, but also for the benefit of all scientists, technologists, regulators, manufacturing experts and others dedicated to translational development of safe and effective cell therapies," said ISCT President, Kurt Gunter, MD, FASCP.
The study has been published in the Cytotherapy journal.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota announced in the November 7 issue of Cytotherapy that they had transformed umbilical cord stem cells into a specific lung cell, according to Minnesota Daily.
Dunbar, Stem and progenitor cell therapies: Insights from non-human primate models, Cytotherapy 6, 586-588 (2004).
It is going to be published on the Journal Cytotherapy, the official reporting organ of the International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT).
In the September Cytotherapy, they described how Hwang-Mi Soon, paralyzed 19 years ago in an accident, first recovered feeling and then movement in her legs.
8, Issue 5) of the journal Cytotherapy confirms its Multi-Lineage Progenitor Cell([TM]) (MLPC([TM])) is the first human cord blood stem cell to differentiate into a type II alveolar lung cell.
BULLETIN BOARD: BLFS) , a leading manufacturer and marketer of cryopreservation solutions for the preservation of cells and tissues at low temperatures, announced today that an independent study published in the peer review journal Cytotherapy found BioLife's CryoStor(TM) family of products to be significantly superior compared to traditional cord blood preservation methodologies.
He is also an editorial board member of several important international journals including Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, Stem Cells, Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cytotherapy.