Author Archives: xmla

CYTOCORD: The Role of Epithelial Cells in Human Umbilical Cord Lining

Written by: Amanda Studnicki, Ph.D.  Human umbilical tissue holds exceptional promise for clinical and research... Read More.

EXCYTE: Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) in Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) 

Written by: Amanda Studnicki, Ph.D. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses a patient’s own blood... Read More.

Cellular Signaling: Players and Processes on the Frontier of Human Health

Cellular Signaling Nearly 150 years ago, Charles Darwin reported phototropism of the coleoptile in plants1.... Read More.

 Mitochondrial Transfer and MSCs

Research in mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) has boomed in recent years. Originally, MSCs were used... Read More.

What We Understand About MSCs in Umbilical Cord Tissue and Wharton’s Jelly

Once a hot topic only theorized in academia, stem cells have taken life sciences and... Read More.

Nanotechnology in Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy

Nanotechnology lets us create, alter, or study biological structures and processes at the 100 nanometer... Read More.

The Importance of Quality Validation and GxP in Biotechnology and Research Industry

Quality validation and good scientific practices (GxP) are the foundation of high quality research results.... Read More.

Medical Waste, or the Gift of science and healing?

The placenta and umbilical cord serve as a baby’s lifeline while in utero, providing nutrients... Read More.

GMP manufacturing 101

Cell and tissue-based therapies are manufactured in a laboratory setting for the subsequent implantation into... Read More.

How to improve R&D outcomes, standards, techniques, & knowledge.

R&D outcomes depend heavily on a variety of factors, some which are under the direct... Read More.