REPROCELL News

A recent study by researchers from REPROCELL found that IBD patients display different drug absorption profiles to healthy individuals. This is the first time that drug absorption has been estimated using inflamed GI tissue from this patient group. A similar study, performed by Keio University, estimated drug absorption in healthy areas of GI tissue from ulcerative colitis (UC) donors.

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Drug Discovery news, Human Tissues, Ussing Chamber, IBD Research


Glasgow, UK: REPROCELL (Biopta) today announced that they can predict test article permeability using gastrointestinal (GI) resections from Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) donors. This service, which is first of its kind to market, will allow ADME/DMPK scientists to estimate compound permeability in living human IBD tissue.

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Drug Discovery news, Ussing Chamber, IBD Research


Glasgow, UK: REPROCELL (Biopta) today announced the successful publication of a novel study in  pharmacology and genomics to improve strategies for the development of precision medicines. The study – performed in collaboration with the NHS, academia and Scottish companies Fios Genomics, Systemic, and Aridhia – used human living lung tissue from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) donors to explain inter-patient variation in drug efficacy.

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Human Tissues, Precision Medicine, Pharmacogenomics


Lantern Pharma a clinical stage oncology biotech leveraging A.I. and machine learning genomics company has selected REPROCELL Inc. to provide drug screening and drug sensitivity services.

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Drug Discovery news, Cancer Research, Preclinical


The REPROCELL group has signed a non-exclusive distributorship agreement with A.N.H. Scientific Marketing Co. Ltd. to distribute REPROCELL’s products and services in Thailand.

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Products and Services, New Distributor


Maryland, September 2019: The Maryland based REPROCELL Inc. subsidiary, REPROCELL USA Inc. announces that they have received a $292,580 grant from the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF). 

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Research and Development, Regenerative Medicine, Human Neurons, Disease Model, iPSC


Yokohama, Japan, & San Carlos, California, USA — REPROCELL, Inc., and NeuCyte, Inc., today announced a new distributorship.

Although NeuCyte has direct sales in North America, this new distributorship will grant REPROCELL customers access to NeuCyte's pure and ready-to-use iPSC-derived glutamatergic and GABAergic induced neurons (iNs), supplied with astroglia, media and supplements. These components come in kit formats so the user can set up well-defined, highly functional in vitro co-culture systems for compound screening, disease modeling and neurotoxicity assessment.

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Stem Cells, Human Neurons, Disease Model


Axion BioSystems, Inc., the world leader in multi-well microelectrode array (MEA) systems, has announced REPROCELL as the new distributor of its Maestro systems and consumables in Japan.

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Drug Discovery news, Human Tissues, MEA testing, Cardiac Research


The lab-scale system will allow researchers to study and culture stem cells in suspension

Glasgow, UK: REPROCELL Europe Ltd today announced exclusive distribution rights to a single-use reactor series for stem cell culture in 11 European countries*. The ABLE Biott Bioreactor System is a lab-scaled bioreactor that offers a new way for stem cell researchers to study and culture pluripotent stem cells.

We are excited to offer our customers the chance to access this innovative new bioreactor, which is ideal for the culture of pluripotent stem cells” said Dr David Bunton, CEO at REPROCELL Europe Ltd. “The product has been rapidly and widely adopted by stem cell scientists in Japan and the US, with the recent CE marking now enabling its use in Europe”.

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3D Cell Model, Stem Cells, ABLE Biott, stem cell expansion bioreactor


Yokohama Japan – REPROCELL Inc. today announced that it has established the current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) cell processing suite at Life Innovation Center (LIC) in Tonomachi area in Kawasaki City for production of iPS Cell-derived Glial Progenitors (iGRP) for treatment of CNS disorders. The suite has been designed to support Clinical Trials of cell therapy products.

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