The SMi Group’s 3D Cell Culture 2017 Conference (22-23 Feb) will be chaired by REPROCELL Europe’s chief scientific officer (CSO), Professor Stefan Przyborski. He will also be giving the first lecture in the conference.
REPROCELL Europe has won the Corporate Vision Technology Innovation Award 2016 for Alvetex technology for 3D cell culture.
ReproCELL Europe Ltd’s Chief Scientific Officer Prof Stefan Przyborski is giving a public lecture on “Scaffold Cell Culture Technology for Generation of In Vivo-like Tissue Models” at the British Biophysical Society 2016 Biennial Meeting 6th-8th July, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.
Professor Stefan Przyborski, Chief Scientific Officer of REPROCELL Europe (formerly Reinnervate), is to give a seminar on Alvetex next week, 24th May 2016.
We are pleased to announce that Reinnervate Ltd has been awarded Corporate Vision’s 2015 Technology Innovator Award for Alvetex 3D cell culture. Alvetex has been awarded the title, “Most Advanced 3D Cell Technology.”
While the first British ESA astronaut Tim Peake is currently on the International Space Station (ISS) and is about to make his first spacewalk, now is a good time to mention again that Reinnervate’s flagship product, Alvetex® Scaffold, has been used as part of a BBSRC-funded project on the ISS in recent months.
We are writing to inform you that a paper on the topic of “3D culture model construction of mouse neurons”, written by a company pertaining to our group, Reinnervate (UK) [now REPROCELL Europe], along with other contributors including Durham University (UK), who are engaged in cutting-edge research in the field of biotechnology, has recently been published in the ‘Neuroscience Letters’, a leading international journal.
Sedgefield, UK. April 2015 – Market leading 3D cell culture company Reinnervate Ltd, part of the ReproCELL group, today announced that a rocket carrying its Alvetex® Scaffold technology blasted into Space this week. Alvetex will be used in experiments on board the International Space Station (ISS).
A recently published paper by Imogen Smith et al. demonstrates the use of the Alvetex platform to culture 3D differentiated human neural stem cells. The cells formed spontaneously active, functional neuronal networks which were not seen in an otherwise comparable 2D culture system. The 3D neural networks responded reproducibly to pharmacological treatments revealing functional glutamatergic synapses. Further imaging analysis revealed a neuronal and glial population, where markers of maturity were apparent in the former. Microrarray analysis of the cultures of the 3D and 2D neuronal cultures showed substantial differences in the gene expression profile of genes coding for neuronal function, extracellular matrix and cytoskeleton.
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