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Tissue Genesis Begins FDA-Approved Clinical Trial
Date:4/19/2011

rived stem cells, ASCs can be obtained via a quick and simple liposuction procedure with minimal down time and without the need for prolonged cell culturing.  ASCs are reported to contain 100 – 1000 times more mesenchymal stem cells than bone marrow derived stem cells.

"We are committed to using our research to help people suffering from painful diseases like PVD and CLI," noted Anton Krucky, President and CEO of Tissue Genesis.  "As the first company to conduct a FDA-approved clinical trial for PVD in the U.S. utilizing ASCs recovered at the point-of-care with an automated device, we are proud to be on the frontier of new therapies that can change the lives of millions.  Our ground-breaking research and clinical translation continues to push us to the front of regenerative medicine in many aspects of the medical field.  Our strategy is to expand clinical trial validation into other therapeutic areas.  This vascular therapy has the potential to be applied to coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG)," added Krucky.  An estimated 250,000 CABG procedures are performed annually.

Tissue Genesis' Cell Isolation System is a compact, automated desktop unit that utilizes liposuctioned adipose tissue to isolate millions of adult stem cells in about an hour.  This proprietary enabling platform technology averages approximately 35 to 50 million stromal cells per 60 cc of adipose, which then can be potentially applied to a variety of unmet medical needs.  The point-of-care Cell Isolation System, manufactured to the highest standards, is CE-marked and GMP-certified.

About Tissue Genesis, Inc.

An emerging leader in adipose-derived cell therapy and regenerative medicine, Tissue Genesis, Inc. is a high-growth, clinical-stage company based in Honolulu, Hawai'i.  Industry leading physicians, engineers and scientists have developed a proprietary therapy for Tissue Genesis that may deliver innovative m
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