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Biotherapeutics, Inc. | Date: 2013-03-11

Substantially homogenous cells populations which co-express CD49c, CD90 and telomerase are made. In one embodiment, humans suffering from a degenerative, traumatic, acute injury, cardiac or neurological condition are treated with the substantially homogenous cells populations which co-express CD49c, CD90 and telomerase. In another embodiment, committed progenitor cells are made are made by selecting from a cultured source of a cell population which co-express CD49c and CD90 and modifying the cell population. The committed progenitor cells can be employed to treat a human suffering from a degenerative, traumatic, acute injury, cardiac or neurological condition and formulate pharmaceutical compositions.


The present invention relates to a cryopreservative device comprising an outer case, one or more layers of space for the cryo-bags, and two or more Teflon cryopreservative bags. The outer case has a cover lip for opening and closing. The Teflon cryopreservative bags are filled with a freezing resistant. In the present invention, the cryo-bags and the Teflon cryopreservative bags are crossly stacked in the cryopreservation device. The Teflon cryopreservative bags are designed to directly contact with the cryo-bags in order to obtain the effect of slow cell freezing.


Patent
Biotherapeutics, Inc. | Date: 2015-03-19

Provided are compounds that target the lanthionine synthetase C-like protein 2 pathway. The compounds can be used to treat a number of conditions, including infectious disease, autoimmune disease, diabetes, and a chronic inflammatory disease.


The present invention concerns methods and compositions for the treatment of cancer and cancer cells using intravascular administration of a vaccinia virus. In some embodiments, methods and compositions involve a replicative vaccinia virus that encodes GM-CSF.


The invention unexpectedly found that an isolated and modified QPSC population has multi-potentiality, including: osteoblasts (bone cells), chondrocytes (cartilage cells), and adipocytes (fat cells). The QPSC population of the invention features a desirable immunomodulation ability, including inducing, enhancing, or suppressing an immune response and thus has potential value in the prevention and/or treatment of various immune diseases/disorders/conditions. The invention has effective homing ability and regulation ability in complement-dependent cytotoxicity, including the ability to block the activation of host complements and direct migration to the target area and the ability to enhance cell viability, and thus offers better cell protection and therapeutic efficacy in vivo in the prevention and/or treatment of various acute tissue injury, ischemic or degenerative diseases/disorders/conditions.

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