Navigation Links
Human embryonic stem cell lines created that avoid immune rejection
Date:12/20/2007

New Rochelle, NY, December 19, 2007In a groundbreaking experiment published in Cloning & Stem Cells, scientists from International Stem Cell (ISC) Corp. derived four unique embryonic stem cell lines that open the door for the creation of therapeutic cells that will not provoke an immune reaction in large segments of the population. The stem cell lines are HLA-homozygous, meaning that they have a simple genetic profile in the critical areas of the DNA that code for immune rejection. The lines could serve to create a stem cell bank as a renewable source of transplantable cells for use in cell therapy to replace damaged tissues or to treat genetic and degenerative diseases.

The paper was published online ahead of print in the Journal and is available online. The paper is part of the Spring 2008 (Volume 10, Number 1) issue of the Journal, which is published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

This study has used a novel approach to producing cells that may one day be used to treat large numbers of patients. While there is a great deal of discussion about the possibility of producing stem cells for each patient this approach to therapy is unrealistic because of the enormous costs involved. Rather it is likely that treatment of large numbers of patients by cell therapy will only be possible if methods are found using any one cell line to treat very large numbers of patients. This very exciting paper represents a significant step forward towards the use of such cells in cell therapy, says Ian Wilmut, PhD, journal Editor-in-Chief and Director of the Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the Queens Medical Research Institute, University of Edinburgh. Immune reaction is one of the most serious problems facing the development of stem cell therapy, and cell lines of this type may enable us to treat a large number of patients without immune rejection, offering an enormous practical advantage. Further research is required to confirm that the cells produced in th
'/>"/>

Contact: Vicki Cohn
vcohn@liebertpub.com
914-740-2156
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Embryonic Stem Cells Repair Human Heart
2. Embryonic Human Stem Cells May Help Repair Heart Muscle, Lab Study Shows
3. Human Papilloma Virus vaccines may decrease chances of oral cancer
4. Investigational Agent Targeting Metabotropic Glutamate 2/3 Receptors Demonstrates Antipsychotic Activity in Humans, Study in Nature Medicine Finds
5. MassMutual Promotes Debra Palermino to Senior Vice President of Human Resources
6. Toddler Study Proves Humans Outsmart Apes
7. Human C-reactive protein regulates myeloma tumor cell growth and survival
8. Altered expression of ultraconserved noncoding RNAs linked to human leukemias and carcinomas
9. AtriCure Reports First Human Implant of the Cosgrove-Gillinov Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion System
10. New class of RNA molecules may be important in human cancer
11. The Humana Foundation and Libraries for the Future Launch Health Literacy Pilot in Atlanta
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:12/20/2014)... Today, Balfleet.com, one of the most outstanding dressmakers ... off on its Mother of the Bride Dresses ... the bride dresses from Balfleet.com feature gorgeous looks and ... takes pride in providing high quality dresses to its ... discounts on our mother of the bride dresses, and ...
(Date:12/19/2014)... (PRWEB) December 20, 2014 Sweetdressy.com ... market, has introduced its newest selection of cheap prom ... are very popular in the world and clients can ... , Meanwhile, these prom dresses feature cool cuts and ... $200 now, targeting the middle-end market. Discount shipping costs ...
(Date:12/19/2014)... CA (PRWEB) December 19, 2014 ... corporation dedicated to developing educational events, tools and ... Rouxbe Cooking School , the world’s leading ... the prescription every human being needs: Culinary Rx. ... plant-based cooking course, Culinary Rx, scheduled for debut ...
(Date:12/19/2014)... Eufaula, Oklahoma, located just 9 miles ... state’s largest lake with more than 600 miles of ... a little more than 3,000 residents, hosted its annual ... 6th of December. , Featuring Santa, Christmas lights and ... on Main Street. Narconon Arrowhead’s parade float participated ...
(Date:12/19/2014)... (PRWEB) December 20, 2014 The Medspa ... new injectable filler from respected cosmetic brand Juvéderm. Voluma ... naturally with age. The Medspa at Hendrick is pleased ... in skin care technology to its clients. , Voluma ... to be FDA-approved to treat the mid-face and cheek ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Balfleet.com is Offering 50%-70% Off of its Mother of the Bride Dresses 2Health News:Cheap Prom Dresses Online Now at Sweetdressy.com 2Health News:The Plantrician Project and the Rouxbe Cooking School Join Forces to Develop Culinary Rx – a Plant-Prescription Course 2Health News:The Plantrician Project and the Rouxbe Cooking School Join Forces to Develop Culinary Rx – a Plant-Prescription Course 3Health News:The Plantrician Project and the Rouxbe Cooking School Join Forces to Develop Culinary Rx – a Plant-Prescription Course 4Health News:Narconon Arrowhead Debuts Float at Checotah and Eufaula Christmas Parades 2Health News:Narconon Arrowhead Debuts Float at Checotah and Eufaula Christmas Parades 3Health News:Breakthrough New Injectable Dermal Filler Voluma XC Offered by The MedSpa at Hendrick 2
... ... a common technology infrastructure for Policy, Compliance, Risk, SOX, Internal Audits and IT ... ... -- MetricStream, Inc. (“MetricStream”), the market leader in the enterprise-wide Governance, Risk ...
... (NYSE Alternext: ULU), a specialty pharmaceutical company ... and oral care products, today announced it has entered into ... at a price per share of $0.14 pursuant to a ... of approximately $1.5 million. , Investors will also receive warrants ...
... Mass., Nov. 12 Cequent Pharmaceuticals, a pioneer in ... to prevent and treat human disease, has announced that ... application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ... candidate, targets beta-catenin, a key oncogene implicated in the ...
... Nov. 12 Mary Elizabeth Derig, of Seattle, Washington, ... Edition for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the ... ) , ABOUT MARY ELIZABETH ... an extensive career as a Registered Nurse including work ...
... (NYSE: ABT ) announced today a definitive agreement to ... antibody to Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), expanding the company,s pain ... a novel biologic in Phase I clinical trial development that ... released at sites of tissue damage and inflammation, and plays ...
... ... Mary Alexander will present during Class Action/Mass Torts session discussing tainted food products , ... San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 12, ... product law firms in the nation, will take the podium during the 48th Annual Consumer ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Amedisys Selects MetricStream for Integrated Enterprise-wide GRC 2Health News:ULURU Inc. to Raise $1.5 Million in Registered Direct Offering 2Health News:Cequent Files its First IND with FDA: CEQ508, a tkRNAi Drug Candidate in Oncology 2Health News:Cequent Files its First IND with FDA: CEQ508, a tkRNAi Drug Candidate in Oncology 3Health News:Cequent Files its First IND with FDA: CEQ508, a tkRNAi Drug Candidate in Oncology 4Health News:Mary Elizabeth Derig Recognized by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication 2Health News:Abbott to Acquire Novel Investigational Biologic to Treat Chronic Pain 2Health News:California Consumer Attorney Mary Alexander to Present at 48th Annual COAC Convention 2
(Date:12/19/2014)... has witnessed robust development with the growth pace keeping at ... In 2012, the size of China ... worldwide soaring to 16.3%. It is projected that ... rate by around 20% in the upcoming years and that ... An integrated membrane industrial system has taken shape ...
(Date:12/17/2014)... , Dec. 17, 2014  Strategic Health Services, Inc. ... solutions, today announced a strategic agreement with QualCare, Inc., a ... New Jersey regional marketplace.  This agreement will ... health and wellness solutions QualCare brings to its clients ... surrounding region. QualCare plans cover more ...
(Date:12/17/2014)... December 17, 2014 , ... than a hub of information concerning the biopharmaceutical Group,s national ... A further addition to the recently launched institutional website that ... now been enriched by a new chapter in the fascinating ... A richly detailed and panoramic hub on the world of ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Separation Membranes Market (Company, Country & Application) Research Reports for Global and Chinese Regions 2Separation Membranes Market (Company, Country & Application) Research Reports for Global and Chinese Regions 3Strategic Health Services to collaborate with QualCare on Population Health and Wellness Technology for QualCare Members 2Strategic Health Services to collaborate with QualCare on Population Health and Wellness Technology for QualCare Members 3Dompé Offers a New "Window" on the World of Scientific Research, with the http://www.dompetrials.com Website, Dedicated to Clinical Trials 2Dompé Offers a New "Window" on the World of Scientific Research, with the http://www.dompetrials.com Website, Dedicated to Clinical Trials 3
... NEW YORK, April 27, 2011 ... biopharmaceutical company leveraging its proprietary drug-delivery platforms to develop treatments ... year,s Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Congress at the Boston Convention ... booth (#652) will be displayed in the Exhibition Hall ...
... Medical Industries, Inc. (OTC: PDMI.PK) announced its success at ... which was held at the Houston Convention Center in ... practice optometrists from many of the most highly regarded ... the annual meeting.  The meeting provided opportunities for participating ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Access Pharmaceuticals to Attend the 36th Annual Oncology Nursing Society Congress 2Access Pharmaceuticals to Attend the 36th Annual Oncology Nursing Society Congress 3Paradigm is Successful at Annual Vision Source Meeting in Houston, Texas 2
... C-terminal cleavage product produced during processing of ... molecule. Although the C-peptide of insulin is ... or extra-renal metabolism and therefore has a ... In addition, C-peptide assays may be analytically ...
... C-peptide of insulin is the C-terminal cleavage ... prohormone to the mature insulin molecule. Although ... it does undergo significant liver or extra-renal ... circulating half-life than insulin [1]. In addition, ...
... 1-2% of circulating testosterone exists as unbound ... is bound to SHBG with high affinity ... to albumin. Both the albumin-bound and free ... effectively inhibits testosterone action. Measurement of the ...
... the first, easy-to-use, non-invasive diagnostic technology ... cardiac dysfunction including acute heart failure, ... cardiac conditions. Designed to seamlessly fit ... enable clinicians caring for cardiac patients ...
Medicine Products: