Stem Cell Therapies

While the human heart can’t heal itself, the zebrafish heart can easily replace cells lost by damage or disease. Now, researchers have discovered properties of a mysterious outer layer of the heart known as the epicardium that could help explain t...

Gene therapy can clip out genetic material linked to heart failure and replace it with normal genes, according to a study from the Cardiovascular Research Center at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The study is published in the April 29 ed...

FDA MSC Consortium Stem Cell Research

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) MSC Consortium is a large team of FDA scientists studying adult mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which could eventually be used to repair, replace, restore or regenerate cells in the body, including those...

cardiac stem cell therapy
For years researchers have experimented with stem cells in attempts to regrow myocardium in patients who suffer permanent tissue damage from myocardial infarction. A handful of companies are pushing forward with clinical trials of their technologies...
NeoStem, PreSERVE study, AMI, ACC.15, NBS10, CD34 stem cells
NeoStem Inc. presented updated efficacy and safety results from the one-year follow-up for its Phase 2 PreSERVE study and additional analyses of certain...
fibrin, MSCs, stem cells, heart failure, Antoni Bayes-Genis, umbilical cord
To date, the only definitive treatment for heart failure – an organ transplant – is hampered by both the limited number of organ donors and the potential for...
heart regeneration, zebrafish, epicardium, Duke, Poss
While the human heart can’t heal itself, the zebrafish heart can easily replace cells lost by damage or disease. Now, researchers have discovered properties of...
gene therapy, stem cells, heart failure, mutations, Mount Sinai, Hajjar
Gene therapy can clip out genetic material linked to heart failure and replace it with normal genes, according to a study from the Cardiovascular Research...
cormatrix, cardiovascular, cardiovascular repair
Admedus’s CardioCel is a tissue product to repair and treat a range of cardiovascular and vascular defects.  The intended use of...
Leonhardt Ventures and Core Manufacturing LLC announced its partnership in June 2013 to manufacture and bring to market a lineup of medical...

Articles

NeoStem, PreSERVE study, AMI, ACC.15, NBS10, CD34 stem cells
NeoStem Inc. presented updated efficacy and safety results from the one-year follow-up for its Phase 2 PreSERVE study and additional analyses of certain...
fibrin, MSCs, stem cells, heart failure, Antoni Bayes-Genis, umbilical cord
To date, the only definitive treatment for heart failure – an organ transplant – is hampered by both the limited number of organ donors and the potential for...
heart regeneration, zebrafish, epicardium, Duke, Poss
While the human heart can’t heal itself, the zebrafish heart can easily replace cells lost by damage or disease. Now, researchers have discovered properties of...
gene therapy, stem cells, heart failure, mutations, Mount Sinai, Hajjar
Gene therapy can clip out genetic material linked to heart failure and replace it with normal genes, according to a study from the Cardiovascular Research...

Video Center

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Centricity, webinar, ZFV, ZFP, viewer, remote viewing system, enterprise
Healthcare organizations are demanding more capabilities for image viewers accessed by clinicians. Zero footprint (ZFP) viewers provide imaging tools from...
The webinar "State of the Art in MRI Pediatric Brain Perfusion Imaging" educates participants about the state of the art clinical and emerging translational...
This webinar discusses why contemporary adult cardiac interventions require significant ionizing radiation with potential health risks to both the patient and...

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