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A network for the regenerative medicine community to share knowledge, discuss the latest research and help move the field forward. Powered by Future Science Group.
A network for the regenerative medicine community to share knowledge, discuss the latest research and help move the field forward. Powered by Future Science Group.

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Our team at +RegMedNet are conducting a survey to discover more on how researchers are producing and using iPSCs. This is part of our spotlight on iPSCs. Give your opinion by completing our survey here http://bit.ly/2jpVe1q

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Developing 3D bioprinted, vascularized human skin for improved wound healing http://bit.ly/2fRwxI4

Exclusive editorial for RegMedNet on providing a vascular network to promote survival of cells for full-thickness wounds is crucial for proper perfusion and survival of skin-grafted tissues, by Tânia Baltazar and Pankaj Karande from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA.
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Accelerating the potential of stem cell research: an interview with Karen Mueller http://bit.ly/2ehJg7s

In this interview, Karen Mueller, Senior Market Development Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific (Madison, WI, USA), discusses the importance of continuing education and knowledge-sharing in the fast-moving field of stem cell research

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Discovering the mechanisms behind wound healing: an interview with Vicki P Losick. Read the interview in full here http://bit.ly/2e0KkxK

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Complete our survey on the status of active cell therapy-based research projects for wound healing

As part of our spotlight on wound healing, we are carrying out a survey to discover more on the status of active cell therapy-based research projects for wound healing, including a general overview of stage of research and aims, the techniques, technologies and tools being used, and translation challenges.

Please complete the survey and share your work and insights, and receive a free PDF of journal articles in return https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/wound-healing-spotlight
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Current research & new developments into growth factors for regenerative medicine http://bit.ly/2ew4Qnw

Growth factors influence key renewal and repair activities in all tissue types. Ever wonder why we don't see more growth-factor based therapies? Getting these regenerative powerhouses to work the way we want them to is trickier than you might think. This quick overview will give you some background and history on this class of proteins and development challenges, introduce the marketed drugs in this class, and discuss recent developments attempting to adopt these proteins for their best regenerative use. Strategies covered in detail include local delivery and biomaterials for this purpose. 

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Discovering the mechanisms behind wound healing: an interview with Vicki P Losick http://bit.ly/2e0KkxK

In this interview, Vicki P Losick, PhD, of the MDI Biological Laboratory (Bar Harbor, ME, USA), discusses her research into the pathways involved in wound healing and the considerations involved in translating this knowledge into clinical outcomes.

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Regenerative Medicine — What Happened & What’s Next (Part 1)

If you're looking for a quick orientation to regenerative medicine, here is a bit of background, successes and challenges http://bit.ly/2drIAuu


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Optimizing cell therapy manufacturing through custom, single-use solutions

Live Tuesday 11th October 2016. Join us for this engaging webinar to see how custom, single-use solutions can be used to close up process steps in the manufacturing of cell therapies.

https://www.regmednet.com/users/3641-regmednet/posts/11930-optimizing-cell-therapy-manufacturing-through-custom-single-use-solutions

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Seeking the genetic instruction manual for limb regeneration & wound healing

Interview with MDI Biological Laboratory's Drs Benjamin L King and Voot P Yin on their discovery of a common miRNA-regulated genetic network of genes controlling limb regeneration in regenerative species, the wider role of miRNAs in regeneration, and the potential of small molecules as a therapeutic approach to regeneration and wound healing.

https://www.regmednet.com/users/3641-regmednet/posts/12111-seeking-the-genetic-instruction-manual-for-limb-regeneration-wound-healing#share
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