Global Stem Cells Group Subsidiary Adimarket Announces Progenikine™ SVF Closed System Now Available to Purchase Online

Global Stem Cells Group subsidiary Adimarket announces that Progenikine™, is now available to purchase through the Adimarket website. Progenikine is the new SVF closed system kit utilizing EmCyte technology and containing all the elements necessary to process adipose tissue and obtain stromal vascular fraction in a sterile environment for stem cell therapies. MIAMI, July 30,…

Global Stem Cells Announces Formal Inaugural for Clinica Biomaster in Costa Rica

Global Stem Cells Group has launched Clinica Biomaster Costa Rica with an inauguration and symposium at Clinica Biomaster, the company’s new stem cell center in Escazú, Costa Rica. Global Stem Cells Group hosted a symposium and formal inauguration of Clinica Biomaster Costa Rica, the company’s new stem cell center in Escazú, Costa Rica. Joseph Purita,…

Global Stem Cells Group Announces Stem Cell Training Course in South Korea

(Pictured: bone marrow stem cells) Global Stem Cells Group will host a stem cell training course in SVF and bone marrow aspiration techniques July 28-29, 2016. MIAMI, July 28, 2016–Global Stem Cells Group, in collaboration with South Korean biomedical company N-Biotek will host a course in stromal vascular fraction (SVF) and bone marrow aspiration techniques…

Stem Cell “Tattoo” Technology Allows Researchers to Track Cell Implants Non-invasively

Stem Cell “Tattoo” Technology Allows Researchers to Track Cell Implants Non-invasively

Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a tracer ink—a “stem cell tattoo”—that provides the ability to monitor stem cells in unprecedented detail after they’re injected. The research findings, titled “Bifunctional Magnetic Silica Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient Human Stem Cell Labeling,” was published in June in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Already emerging as…

Stem Cell-stimulating Fillings Help Regenerate Teeth Damaged by Disease, Decay

Stem Cell-stimulating Fillings Help Regenerate Teeth Damaged by Disease, Decay

Researchers from Harvard University and the University of Nottingham have developed a new filling that stimulates stem cells in dental pulp to regenerate and even regrow teeth damaged by disease and decay.  According to Newsweek Magazine, the discovery earned a prize from the Royal Society of Chemistry after judges described it as a “new paradigm…

New Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Therapies Aim to Protect Patients from Charlatan Quackery

New Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Therapies Aim to Protect Patients from Charlatan Quackery

Stem cell research has never been more advanced, and as a result many different types of treatments are currently offered on the market. Unfortunate ly, some providers are practicing quackery in stem cell therapies, and an abundance of well-intentioned scientific and medical personnel are prematurely publicizing their work. These providers and publishers have cast an…