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Reinnervate Launches Novel Platform for the Propagation of Stem Cells

Published: Thursday, December 19, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 18, 2013
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Novel platform for passaging stem cells in 3D using Alvetex®Strata technology.

Reinnervate Ltd has announced the launch of a novel platform for passaging stem cells in 3D using its new Alvetex®Strata technology.

“We are excited about bringing this new method for 3D stem cell propagation to the market” said Richard Rowling, commercial director of Reinnervate Ltd.

“Allowing pluripotent stem cells to retain their natural 3D structure during passaging offers a significant advance over traditional 2D culture methods. We see improved expression of markers of pluripotency and enhanced cellular differentiation using this novel method” he added.

The propagation of stem cells using 3D cell culture uses Reinnervate”s new Alvetex®Strata products which are currently available in a 6 well hanging insert format.

An application note describing this new technology can be downloaded at http://reinnervate.com/science-portal-stem-cells.


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