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histogen

a distinct tissue zone found in many plants in the apical meristem, particularly in the root-apical meristem.
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First created at Histogen as a three-product line for anti-aging and post-resurfacing, Regenica was licensed by Suneva Medical in 2012 and has grown to the current advanced rejuvenation system of six products sold through medical aesthetic professionals.
We are excited to partner with Histogen Aesthetics.
Histogen Aesthetics will continue sales of the 11 existing CellCeuticals Biomedical Skin Treatments skin care products, while bringing new innovation to the line through the addition of what it calls "a unique regenerative medicine technology, working to improve skin aging at a cellular level.
The applications for this proprietary multipotent CCM within the field of medical aesthetics are numerous and, based upon the way the proteins within the complex signal the body's own stem cells to rejuvenate and regenerate skin, potentially groundbreaking," said Histogen CEO Gail K.
Gail Naughton - Founder, chairman and CEO of Histogen Inc.
8 October 2013 a[euro]" US Stratus Media Group Inc (OTCBB:SMDI) said it had inked a letter of intent (LoI) to buy regenerative medicine company Histogen Inc for an undisclosed sum.
8 October 2013 - US Stratus Media Group Inc (OTCBB:SMDI) said it had inked a letter of intent (LoI) to buy regenerative medicine company Histogen Inc for an undisclosed sum.
Ziering sits on the Advisory Boards of Merck, Histogen, Lexington International and New Beauty, among others.