How PRP can Assist With Wound Healing

PRP Therapy, otherwise known as Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy, if often performed by doctors after a surgery, as it helps surgical wounds to heal quicker and better. There are many ways in which this therapy can be used, including orthopedic and aesthetic applications.   Not all of us reading this are medical doctors or researchers. Because

Why Should you Utilize PRP Therapy

Our Company Adimarket obviously promotes Stem Cell and PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) therapy, which is why we are OK with providing the technology to doctors all around the world. The reason why we do it is because we believe that regenerative medicine is the future of medicine. In this articles we want to help you and

Bone and Tissue Regeneration A Game Changer

British researchers at the University of Birmingham conducted a study that could alter the field of regenerative medicine. They developed a way to regenerate human bone and tissue using non-scale structures. This helps the body more efficiently replace tissue that was lost. Although it will be many years before the technology is approved for public

IFATS Recommendations for FDA Regulation of Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Products

International Federation of Adipose Therapeutics and Sciences (IFATS) 45 Lyme Road – Suite 304 Hanover, NH 03755 USA Tel: 1-603-643-2325, Fax: 1-603-643-1444   September 26, 2016   Division of Dockets Management (HFA–305) Food and Drug Administration 5630 Fishers Lane, Rm. 1061 Rockville, MD 20852   Re: FDA-2014-D-1856 – Comments to 2014-2015 Draft Guidance regarding: Docket

Scientists Confirm Reprogrammed Adult Stem Cells Identical to Embryonic Stem Cells

Click on photo (at left) to enlarge Photo: iPS cells feature – reprogrammed stem cells: Credit: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Russian researchers have concluded that reprogramming does not create differences between reprogrammed and embryonic stem cells. Stem cells are specialized, undifferentiated cells that can divide and have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell

Purest Liver-like Cells to Date Generated from Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs)

liver stem cell research

Researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and the University of Pennsylvania have discovered a new methodology for purifying liver cells generated from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) that could facilitate progress toward an important clinical goal: treating patients with disease-causing liver mutations by transplanting unmutated liver cells derived from their own stem