Stem cell research and technology is advancing at a rapid pace and there are exciting new discoveries that are taking place. This collection of articles is sure to inspire our readers as to what is on the horizon in stem cell health care.

American CryoStem and Protein Genomics Sign Collaboration

to DevelopStem Cell Applications for Wound Healing

wound healing in Drosophila. Cropped

wound healing in Drosophila. Cropped (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


RED BANK, NJ–(Marketwire – April 5, 2012) – American CryoStem Corporation (OTCQB: CRYO) a Life Sciences company developing consumer and commercial products and services for adipose derived adult stem cell applications, and privately-held Protein Genomics (PGen), a developer and manufacturer of unique products for the biotechnology industry, announced today a collaborative agreement to develop novel cellular therapies for the wound healing, regenerative and cellular therapy markets. American CryoStem will contribute certain intellectual property, know-how and trade secrets including clinically prepared adipose derived stem cells using the Company’s proprietary tissue processing and the Company’s patented stromal cell culture media. more…

 Arteriocyte gets FDA approval for compartment syndrome clinical trial

Stem cell company Arteriocyte has received US Food and Drug Administration approval to begin a phase 1 clinical trial that will treat soldiers at risk for compartment syndrome. Compartment syndrome is a serious condition that involves a buildup of …[Read more of this report]

6.9.11 | Brandon Glenn

Arteriocyte inks stem cell research deal with Army for battlefield injuries

Stem cell developer Arteriocyte has signed a research and development deal with the Army to investigate new therapies for orthopedic trauma and battlefield injuries.Arteriocyte is already working with the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) to develop stem cell-based, point-of-care therapies for amputation prevention, burn debridement and post-surgical wound infection prevention, according [Read more of this report]


Pain relief ‘cuts heart attack victims’ survival chances’


Scientists say that when morphine is used to relieve pain it blocks the healing work of
stem cells…
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Pain relief ‘cuts heart attack victims’ survival chances’
The Guardian
“Our discovery that pain receptors are involved in repairing damaged blood vessels, through recruiting stem cells, could point towards new ways to harness the body’s natural mechanisms of repair,” Madeddu said. “The ultimate aim is to develop a therapy 
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