Tissue Restoration – Regbiomed http://regbiomed.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 04:32:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://regbiomed.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-150x150.png Tissue Restoration – Regbiomed http://regbiomed.com/ 32 32 Area Libraries Among Secretary of State Grant Recipients | Education https://regbiomed.com/area-libraries-among-secretary-of-state-grant-recipients-education/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/area-libraries-among-secretary-of-state-grant-recipients-education/ SPRINGFIELD — Illinois Secretary of State and Librarian of State Jesse White has awarded nearly $6 million to libraries. “During the ongoing pandemic, libraries have had to reorganize their services to meet community needs and I am honored to be able to provide funding to enable these libraries to expand access for their patrons,” White […]]]>

SPRINGFIELD — Illinois Secretary of State and Librarian of State Jesse White has awarded nearly $6 million to libraries.

“During the ongoing pandemic, libraries have had to reorganize their services to meet community needs and I am honored to be able to provide funding to enable these libraries to expand access for their patrons,” White said. “I applaud the Illinois library community for their hard work as they continue to provide essential services during this difficult time.”

Local recipients include Maroa-Forsyth Schools, $21,830; South Macon Public Library, $24,291; Mattoon Public Library, $11,600; Mount Zion District Library, $12,391; Argenta-Oreana Public Library District, $38,067; Barclay Public Library in Warrensburg, $21,860; and Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, $50,000.

Funds totaling $5.7 million were distributed to 211 university, school, special and public libraries. Sources include the US Federal Bailout Act (ARPA) and the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), both from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and technology funds from the State.

Grants have been awarded to provide essential resources to job seekers; restoring services and enhancing digital inclusion efforts focused on circulating internet hotspots, laptops, and other devices that support pandemic recovery; and restoring the library’s ability to operate and provide clean and safe library spaces while preventing the spread of COVID-19.

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Business scenario analysis of Orthopedic Biomaterials Market by global industry growth and assessment of opportunities till 2028 https://regbiomed.com/business-scenario-analysis-of-orthopedic-biomaterials-market-by-global-industry-growth-and-assessment-of-opportunities-till-2028/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 08:03:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/business-scenario-analysis-of-orthopedic-biomaterials-market-by-global-industry-growth-and-assessment-of-opportunities-till-2028/ Emerging research logo Rising Incidence of Musculoskeletal Disorders is an Important Factor in the Growth of the Global Orthopedic Biomaterials Market VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, January 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Global orthopedic biomaterials market The size is expected to reach $ 29.62 billion at a stable CAGR of 9.4% in 2028, according to the latest […]]]>

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Rising Incidence of Musculoskeletal Disorders is an Important Factor in the Growth of the Global Orthopedic Biomaterials Market

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, January 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Global orthopedic biomaterials market The size is expected to reach $ 29.62 billion at a stable CAGR of 9.4% in 2028, according to the latest analysis from Emergen Research. The steady revenue growth of the orthopedic biomaterials market can be attributed to the increasing incidence of musculoskeletal disorders. Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading causes of disability worldwide, with an estimated 1.71 billion people currently suffering from it. Musculoskeletal disorders severely restrict skill and mobility, resulting in decreased well-being, reduced social participation, and early retirement from work. Orthopedic biomaterials are in high demand due to their use in applications for regeneration, reconstruction and repair of musculoskeletal disorders caused by falls, jerky movements, traffic accidents, fractures and sports injuries to prevent traumatic tissue damage / loss.

The global orthopedic biomaterials market report firstly offers a detailed overview of the orthopedic biomaterials market along with an overview of industry developments and advancements. The report offers a comprehensive overview of the regional and competitive landscape and provides a more in-depth overview of the current market scenario and future growth prospects. The research study also provides a comprehensive analysis of market drivers, restraints, limitations, threats, risks, and growth opportunities.

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In March 2020, Evonik Industries AG made an announcement regarding the development of an innovative osteoconductive PEEK biomaterial, which could be used to improve bone fusion with an implant.

Ceramic biomaterials are gaining popularity in the market, due to their biocompatibility and improved corrosion resistance. Ceramic biomaterials find application to promote bone regeneration or replace bone. In addition, nano-bioceramic has great potential in tissue regeneration and restoration of physiological functions of the human body.

Orthopedic biomaterials in bioresorbable tissue fixation are widely used to treat fractures and other orthopedic disorders due to various advantages such as elimination of procedures involving material removal, restriction of stress protection and gradual transfer. of the load towards the healing of fractured tissue.

The revenue of the orthopedic biomaterials market in Asia-Pacific is expected to register the fastest CAGR during the forecast period, owing to the increasing incidence of chronic orthopedic conditions and the increasing investment in the development of the infrastructure of health in developing economies. Additionally, increasing disposable income and growing demand for new orthopedic surgical solutions are fueling market growth in the region.

The report highlights the current impact of COVID-19 on the Orthopedic Biomaterial market along with the latest economic scenario and changing market dynamics. It analyzes the impact of the pandemic on market growth and compensation. The pandemic has changed the economic scenario of the world and has affected several sectors of the market. The report estimates the Orthopedic Biomaterials market based on the impact of COVID-19.

The major players / manufacturers featured in the report are:

Evonik Industries AG, Zimmer Biomet, Matexcel, Globus Medical, Stryker Corporation, DSM Biomedical, Invibio Ltd., CAM Bioceramics BV, DePuy Synthes and ExaTech Inc.

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Emergen Research has segmented the global orthopedic biomaterials market on the basis of material type, application, end use, and region:

Material Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)

Polymers

Ceramics & Bioactive Glasses

Composite materials

Metals

Calcium phosphate

Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)

Orthopedic implants

Orthobiology

Joint reconstruction / replacement

Bio-absorbable tissue fixation

Visco supplementation

End-Use Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)

Hospitals

Specialized clinics

Ambulatory surgery centers

The regional analysis of the orthopedic biomaterials market includes:

North America (United States, Canada)

Europe (UK, Italy, Germany, France, rest of EU)

Asia-Pacific (India, Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, rest of APAC)

Latin America (Chile, Brazil, Argentina, rest of Latin America)

Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Rest of MEA)

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AVITA Medical Completes Recruitment in Pivotal Trial Evaluating the RECELL® System for Soft Tissue Reconstruction https://regbiomed.com/avita-medical-completes-recruitment-in-pivotal-trial-evaluating-the-recell-system-for-soft-tissue-reconstruction/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 21:01:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/avita-medical-completes-recruitment-in-pivotal-trial-evaluating-the-recell-system-for-soft-tissue-reconstruction/ Key figures expected in the second half of 2022 VALENCIA, California and MELBOURNE, Australia, January 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – AVITA Medical, Inc. (NASDAQ: RCEL, ASX: AVH), a regenerative medicine company that develops and markets a technology platform that enables recovery autologous skin care provider for multiple unmet needs, today announced that it has completed […]]]>

Key figures expected in the second half of 2022

VALENCIA, California and MELBOURNE, Australia, January 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – AVITA Medical, Inc. (NASDAQ: RCEL, ASX: AVH), a regenerative medicine company that develops and markets a technology platform that enables recovery autologous skin care provider for multiple unmet needs, today announced that it has completed enrollment in its pivotal trial for the use of RECELL® Soft tissue reconstruction system. Currently, the RECELL System is indicated in the United States for the treatment of acute thermal burns. Data from the topline will be shared later this year.

“Completion of the recruitment of the pivotal trial evaluating the use of RECELL® The Soft Tissue Reconstruction Treatment System is a milestone for AVITA Medical and furthermore synergizes with our current business focus on burns. Ultimately, with the approval of this indication by the FDA, we plan to expand the use of RECELL to include all acute wounds, ”said Dr. Mike Perry, CEO of AVITA Medical. “The early completion of recruitment into our soft tissue reconstruction trial underscores the physician’s need and desire for new treatment options. “

Skin grafting is the standard of care for soft tissue reconstruction, including post-traumatic and post-surgical skin reconstruction. Skin grafting requires the removal of the donor’s skin, resulting in additional injury to the patient. Significant pain, delayed healing, risk of infection, need for multiple procedures, discoloration and scarring are associated with donor site wounds. While skin grafting is commonly associated with the treatment of burns, in 2017 approximately 80% of acute wounds requiring skin grafting were non-burn injuries accounting for more than 200,000 procedures in the United States.I The total addressable market (“TAM”) for soft tissue repair is approximately $ 1 billion and more than twice as large as the TAM for burns. In addition, the existing reimbursement codes used for the treatment of burns with the RECELL system will apply to this indication.

“I am very happy to have participated in this clinical trial, which should confirm that less donor skin is needed for soft tissue damage without compromising the healing results compared to conventional autologous transplantation,” said Dr. Steven E. Mapula, Assistant Professor of TCU Surgery and Division Head of Plastic Surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital. “We believe the RECELL System has the potential to become an important new treatment option for those in need of soft tissue reconstruction. “

For more information on the RECELL system, please visit www.RECELLSystem.com.

ABOUT AVITA MEDICAL, INC.
AVITA Medical is a regenerative medicine company with a technology platform positioned to meet unmet medical needs for burns, chronic wounds and aesthetic indications. AVITA Medical’s patented and proprietary collection and application technology provides innovative treatment solutions derived from the regenerative properties of a patient’s skin. Medical devices work by preparing an RES® REGENERATIVE EPIDERMAL SUSPENSION, an autologous suspension composed of the patient’s skin cells necessary to regenerate the healthy natural epidermis. This autologous suspension is then sprayed onto the areas of the patient requiring treatment.

AVITA Medical’s first American product, RECELL® System, was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in September 2018. The RECELL System is indicated for the treatment of acute thermal burns. The RECELL System is used to prepare Spray-On Skin ™ cells using a small amount of patient skin, providing a new way to treat severe burns, while dramatically reducing the amount of donor skin required. The RECELL System is designed to be used at the point of care alone or in combination with autografts depending on the depth of the burn. Compelling data from randomized, controlled clinical trials conducted in major burn centers across the United States and actual use in over 10,000 patients worldwide supports the fact that the RECELL system is a significant advance over the current standard of care for burn patients and offers benefits in terms of clinical outcomes and cost savings. Healthcare professionals should read the INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE – RECELL® Autologous Cell Harvesting Device (https://recellsystem.com/) for a full description of the indications for use and important safety information, including contraindications, warnings, and precautions.

In international markets, our products are marketed under the RECELL System brand to promote skin healing in a wide range of applications including burns, chronic wounds and aesthetics. The RECELL system is registered with the TGA in Australia and has received CE mark approval in Europe. To learn more, visit www.avitamedical.com.

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New Studies Strengthen Belief Omicron Is Less Likely to Damage Lungs | Omicron variant https://regbiomed.com/new-studies-strengthen-belief-omicron-is-less-likely-to-damage-lungs-omicron-variant/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 10:32:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/new-studies-strengthen-belief-omicron-is-less-likely-to-damage-lungs-omicron-variant/ A growing body of evidence indicates that the Omicron Covid variant is more likely to infect the throat than the lungs, which scientists say could explain why it appears to be more infectious but less fatal than other versions of the virus. Six studies – four published since Christmas Eve – have shown that Omicron […]]]>

A growing body of evidence indicates that the Omicron Covid variant is more likely to infect the throat than the lungs, which scientists say could explain why it appears to be more infectious but less fatal than other versions of the virus. Six studies – four published since Christmas Eve – have shown that Omicron does not damage people’s lungs as much as the Delta and other previous variants of Covid. The studies have yet to be evaluated by other scientists.

“The result of all the mutations that differentiate Omicron from previous variants is that it may have impaired its ability to infect different types of cells,” said Deenan Pillay, professor of virology at University College London.

“Essentially, it seems to be more capable of infecting the upper respiratory tract – the cells in the throat. It would therefore multiply more easily in cells than in deep lung cells. It’s really preliminary but the studies are going in the same direction.

If the virus produces more cells in the throat, this makes it more transmissible, which would help explain the rapid spread of Omicron. A virus that does infect lung tissue well, on the other hand, will be potentially more dangerous but less transmissible.

According to Professor James Stewart, researchers at the University of Liverpool’s Molecular Virology Research Group published a preprint on Boxing Day that shows Omicron causes “less severe disease” in mice. The article showed that mice infected with Omicron lose less weight, have a lower viral load, and suffer from less severe pneumonia.

“It’s a piece of the puzzle,” he said. “The animal model suggests the disease is less severe than Delta and the original Wuhan virus. It appears to be cleared more quickly and the animals have recovered faster, which is linked to the clinical data that is reaching us.

“The first indications are that this is good news, but it is not a signal to lower your guard, because if you are clinically vulnerable the consequences are still not great – there are deaths from Omicron. Not everyone can rip off their masks and party.

The Neyts Lab at the University of Louvain in Belgium found similar results in Syrian hamsters, with a lower viral load in the lungs compared to other variants. Professor Johan Neyts said this could be because the virus infects humans better than hamsters, or is more likely to infect the upper respiratory tract, or because it causes less severe illness.

Some research has suggested that lateral flow tests detect Omicron better when the throat is swabbed rather than the nose. Photograph: Gareth Everett / Huw Evans / Rex Shutterstock

Another pre-print, submitted to Nature last week by researchers in the United States, also found that mice with Omicron lost less weight and had a lower viral load. And researchers at the University of Glasgow’s Virus Research Center have found evidence that Omicron has changed the way it enters the body. Omicron was likely to bypass immunity in people who received two doses of the vaccine, but a booster dose resulted in “partial restoration of immunity.”

Christmas’s extensive research builds on a University of Hong Kong study last month showing fewer Omicron infections in the lungs, and research by Professor Ravi Gupta of the University of Cambridge, including the The team studied blood samples from vaccinated patients. They found Omicron able to escape vaccines, but less able to enter lung cells.

The latest scientific research comes amid a debate over how best to perform home tests. Last week, some scientists suggested that lateral flow tests (LFT) might be more accurate if people took swabs from their throats as well as the nose. Professor Jennifer Rohn of University College London said her experience using LFTs was that she had tested negative using nasal swabs but positive when taking a sample from her throat.

This appeared to be corroborated by a study from South Africa showing that saliva samples subjected to PCR tests were better than nasal swabs at detecting Omicron.

However, Professor Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick, said the study was not large enough that any conclusions could be drawn. “This is a small study of patients with acute symptoms who were not hospitalized. On the one hand, this confirms previous studies indicating that saliva testing might be useful as an easier sampling approach to perform. I don’t think this study is meaningful enough to conclude anything about Omicron’s behavior.

The UK Health Safety Agency said there was no indication the rapid tests differed in their ability to detect Omicron or Delta variants, although the tests were continuously monitored by researchers. “All lateral flow devices used by NHS Test and Trace have gone through rigorous validation and have been shown to be very effective at detecting Covid-19 in people,” a spokesperson said. “We are currently seeing a high number of positive lateral flow device tests reported. This means that we are detecting tens of thousands of cases that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. “

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2021 Collagen Restoration Therapy Market Size Analysis by Major Key Players https://regbiomed.com/2021-collagen-restoration-therapy-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 09:03:23 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/2021-collagen-restoration-therapy-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has been analyzing the Collagen Restoration Therapy technology and markets since 2018. Since then, through the analysis of the research of the companies, we have been very close to the latest research and market developments. In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with many clients to help […]]]>

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Market size available for years 2021 – 2028
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6 Reasons Everyone In Twin Falls Should Remove Icicles From The Roof https://regbiomed.com/6-reasons-everyone-in-twin-falls-should-remove-icicles-from-the-roof/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 18:02:44 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/6-reasons-everyone-in-twin-falls-should-remove-icicles-from-the-roof/ I noticed a lot of large icicles forming on the houses around the area. I think they’re actually quite beautiful, but they also look super scary. Even if they don’t pose a great danger, there are reasons why you should remove icicles from the roof of your home. 1 They can cause physical harm to […]]]>

I noticed a lot of large icicles forming on the houses around the area. I think they’re actually quite beautiful, but they also look super scary. Even if they don’t pose a great danger, there are reasons why you should remove icicles from the roof of your home.

  • 1

    They can cause physical harm to people

    While the likelihood of an icicle impaling a human is slim, it can still hurt. Bruises and even fractures can occur if one of them falls on you. Plus, no one wants a big chunk of ice to hit them in the head.

  • 2

    They can cause physical harm to pets

    Pretty much the same as the people. Ice cubes aren’t likely to impale a pet, but they can seriously injure them, just like a person. If you find yourself under one of them at the wrong time, it can cause damage.

  • 3

    It can damage your roof

    Icicles can cause serious damage to your roof. If they crack and fall off, they may take part of the roof with them.

  • 4

    It can damage gutters and home accessories.

    Again, this can cause damage to your home. It can crack the gutters or cause them to fall off your house, it can break all the decorative elements in your house.

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    They make working on your roof dangerous

    If for some reason you have to climb on the roof of your house, icicles and snow make it super dangerous. You could easily slip off if you don’t clean it. Also, don’t even put a ladder leaning against ice cubes.

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    They are a sign that there is a bigger problem

    Icicles could mean your home is not properly insulated, it could lead to water damage, or it could be a sign of poor ventilation.

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Retail startups hiring include Klaviyo, Bolt, Fabric https://regbiomed.com/retail-startups-hiring-include-klaviyo-bolt-fabric/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 13:13:50 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/retail-startups-hiring-include-klaviyo-bolt-fabric/ As e-commerce has reached new heights, running an online business has become more and more complex. Retail startups like Klaviyo, Bolt, and Fabric are raising millions to create innovative tools. We asked the top VCs for their picks for retail startups you should bet your career on in 2022. As e-commerce has become the default […]]]>
  • As e-commerce has reached new heights, running an online business has become more and more complex.
  • Retail startups like Klaviyo, Bolt, and Fabric are raising millions to create innovative tools.
  • We asked the top VCs for their picks for retail startups you should bet your career on in 2022.

As e-commerce has become the default mode of purchase for many during the Covid-19 pandemic, brands online have sought increasingly sophisticated ways to reach their customers.

This means plenty of opportunities for startups specializing in retail technology. Startups solve a host of problems for online sellers, from customer acquisition and marketing to logistics and the supply chain. Changes to consumer privacy policies like those made by Apple in 2021 make it even more difficult for merchants to find new customers, while brands large and small have faced shipping and supply issues in materials this year.

Insider has found 17 of the best retail tech startups to bet their careers on in 2022, focusing on companies that are raising venture capital and are currently hiring. We sought recommendations from some of the top VCs investing in e-commerce and noted when they had financial stakes in the companies they named.

Some of the featured startups are working on ways for buyers to pay with one click, while others focus on maintaining site speed and customer experience through the use of headless commerce, a technological infrastructure that separates customer-facing platforms from their backs. end code. Still others help businesses coordinate their logistics operations as they change rapidly.

Startup CEOs shared their 2022 plans with Insider, along with what makes their company a great place to work. They will compete for talent as millions of workers quit their jobs during ‘The Great Resignation’ of 2021:

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Hermitage employee finds century-old sweets in Romanov dress – Royal Central https://regbiomed.com/hermitage-employee-finds-century-old-sweets-in-romanov-dress-royal-central/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 20:58:31 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/hermitage-employee-finds-century-old-sweets-in-romanov-dress-royal-central/ By Boasson and Eggler St. Petersburg Nevsky 24. – Uploaded from ru.wikipedia; description page is / was here., Public domain, Wikimedia Commons A conservator working at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg found a sweet surprise while working on a Romanov dress. Galina Fedorova, an employee of the Scientific Tissue Restoration Laboratory, works on a […]]]>

By Boasson and Eggler St. Petersburg Nevsky 24. – Uploaded from ru.wikipedia; description page is / was here., Public domain, Wikimedia Commons

A conservator working at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg found a sweet surprise while working on a Romanov dress.

Galina Fedorova, an employee of the Scientific Tissue Restoration Laboratory, works on a 1903 dress and finds a candy in the pocket. When unstuck one of the sleeves which was slightly closed, a small jewel-shaped object fell. It turned out to be a candy. Fedorovna said in Russia Beyond.

“For some reason – probably old instincts triggered – I licked that coin and it turned out to be sweet.”

The dress belonged to the Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, the sister of Tsar Nicholas II. The candy, made of sugar paste, was bitten once and then put away. When Fedorova discovered the candy, there was no mold or spoilage – impressive considering he’s 117 years old.

She wore the dress to a costume ball held in 1903 at the Winter Palace. The ball was held to mark the 290th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, with family and members of the court dressed in 17th-century fashion. As with all Romanov events, the clothes, food and drink were incredibly sumptuous. Interestingly, the costumes for this ball were used as inspiration for the images on popular Russian playing cards.

Xenia was one of the few members of the Romanov family to escape Russia after the Revolution. She escaped via the Crimea, with her mother the Empress Dowager, on the British ship HMS Marlborough. The Empress Dowager’s sister was the Dowager Queen of England and the two had remained close all their lives.

Xenia’s last years were mostly spent in poverty. King George V granted him a cottage of grace and favor in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage. She died in April 1960, leaving a small estate to her surviving parents.

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RepliCel has closed the final tranche of the strategic investment commitment https://regbiomed.com/replicel-has-closed-the-final-tranche-of-the-strategic-investment-commitment/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 22:00:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/replicel-has-closed-the-final-tranche-of-the-strategic-investment-commitment/ VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 21, 2021 / RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. (OTC PINK: REPCF) (TSXV: RP) (FRA: P6P2) (“RepliCel” or the “Company”), a company developing next generation technologies in aesthetics and orthopedics, is pleased to announce that it has closed the last tranche of the MainPointe Pharmaceuticals (“MainPointe”) investment, as set out in […]]]>

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 21, 2021 / RepliCel Life Sciences Inc. (OTC PINK: REPCF) (TSXV: RP) (FRA: P6P2) (“RepliCel” or the “Company”), a company developing next generation technologies in aesthetics and orthopedics, is pleased to announce that it has closed the last tranche of the MainPointe Pharmaceuticals (“MainPointe”) investment, as set out in the share purchase agreement signed by the parties earlier this year.

The final tranche involved the issuance of 1,479,882 common shares (the “Shares”) by RepliCel in exchange for C $ 998,921 which has now been received by the Company. The Company received a total of C $ 2,698,921 from all tranches and issued a total of 3,986,684 shares at a price of C $ 0.675 per share.

“The timing for this final purchase of shares by MainPointe,” said RepliCel President and CEO R. Lee Buckler, “coincided well with the growing level of collaboration between RepliCel, the European development company. , Testing and Manufacturing (AMI) of DermaPrecise. , and MainPointe’s Regulatory Department is committed to handling all aspects of regulatory submission to the United States Food and Drug Administration for marketing authorization for the injector and consumables disposable associated.

All the Shares issued are subject to a statutory holding period expiring four months and one day from the date of issue of the Shares. None of the securities sold as part of the investment will be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and none of these securities may be offered or sold in the United States absent registration. or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy and there will be no sale of securities in any jurisdiction in which such an offer, solicitation or sale would be illegal.

About RepliCel Life Sciences

RepliCel is a regenerative medicine company focused on developing cell therapies for cosmetic and orthopedic conditions affecting what the company estimates to be around one in three people in industrialized countries, including aging / sun damaged skin, baldness and chronic degeneration of the tendons. These conditions, often associated with aging, are caused by a deficit of healthy cells necessary for normal tissue healing and function. These cell therapy product candidates are based on the innovative RepliCel technology, using cell populations isolated from a patient’s healthy hair follicles.

The Company’s product portfolio includes RCT-01 for tendon repair, RCS-01 for skin rejuvenation and RCH-01 for hair restoration. RCH-01 was exclusively licensed in Asia to Shiseido Company (an agreement which is currently in dispute). RepliCel retains the uncontested rights to the RCH-01 for the rest of the world. RCT-01 and RCS-01 are exclusively licensed in Greater China to YOFOTO (China) Health Company. RepliCel and YOFOTO are currently co-developing these products in China. RepliCel retains the rights to these products outside of Greater China.

RepliCel has also developed a proprietary injection device, the RCI-02, and associated consumables, which should improve the delivery of its cell therapy products and certain other injectable products. YOFOTO has exclusively licensed the commercial rights to the RCI-02 device and consumables in Greater China for dermatological applications and is expected to first launch the product in Hong Kong upon approval for market launch in the United States or in Europe.

Please visit www.replicel.com for more information.

Notable facts:

  • RepliCel’s three cell therapy products have now been tested in more than 100 patients in four countries on three continents, having been successfully evaluated by three regulatory bodies.

  • RepliCel has key strategic partners in the United States, China and Japan, each of which is now investing heavily in further clinical testing and product development of RepliCel for their markets. Data from each of the clinical programs will strengthen product development initiatives for RepliCel and its other partners around the world.

For more information please contact:
Lee Buckler, CEO and Chairman
info@replicel.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

THE SOURCE: RepliCel Life Sciences, Inc.

See the source version on accesswire.com:
https://www.accesswire.com/678897/RepliCel-Closed-Final-Tranche-of-Strategic-Investment-Commitment

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New Miami Dade Advisory Board Focused On Addressing Biscayne Bay Pollution And Water Quality Problems | Biscayne Key https://regbiomed.com/new-miami-dade-advisory-board-focused-on-addressing-biscayne-bay-pollution-and-water-quality-problems-biscayne-key/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 20:00:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/new-miami-dade-advisory-board-focused-on-addressing-biscayne-bay-pollution-and-water-quality-problems-biscayne-key/ The new advisory board formed three weeks ago to help Miami-Dade County focus on implementing meaningful action to clean up pollution in Biscayne Bay – = – who is responsible for fish kills and from the death of vast expanses of underwater meadows – has its work cut out for it. The recommendations made by […]]]>

The new advisory board formed three weeks ago to help Miami-Dade County focus on implementing meaningful action to clean up pollution in Biscayne Bay – = – who is responsible for fish kills and from the death of vast expanses of underwater meadows – has its work cut out for it.

The recommendations made by the Biscayne Bay Watershed Management Advisory Council impact all residents of the county. Its mission is to help the county do what is necessary to save the troubled bay.

The board’s top priority – helping secure state funding for a septic tank to sewer conversion project – will have a direct impact on Key Biscayne, which has 28 unconverted homes.

A septic system serves as an on-site wastewater treatment system in places where public sewers are not available. One-third of all homes in Florida, about 1.6 million homes, use septic systems. Key Biscayne management is working with the county to help convert the 28 houses in the village.

The advisory group, which will eventually number 21 members, met three weeks ago to begin crafting a plan that Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and county commissioners can adopt to address pollution concerns and improve the quality of the bay’s water.

Other water bodies targeted for improvement are the Miami River, Biscayne Canal, and the Little River.

Key Biscayne Mayor Michael Davey told Islander News the village will be affected by the board’s decisions, particularly the fact that 28 homes have yet to be converted from the septic tank to the sewer.

“We are very careful with Biscayne Bay and want to make sure that we are doing the best way to protect and improve it,” said the mayor. “Conversion is a big issue facing the village and doing what we can do to make it happen. “

Village Councilor Edward London said the village did not have authority to enforce Miami-Dade County’s septic to sewer conversion bylaws, but was in communication with the county.

“In Key Biscayne we have homeowners who haven’t converted to sewers and a few houses are coming out,” he said. “The village… will remain in communication with the county to enforce it as soon as possible.

One method that is gaining traction in the United States to help solve water quality problems is to seed waterways to grow shellfish, said Joshua Reitsma, marine specialist with the Woods Hole Sea Grant Program and Cape Cod Cooperative Extension. Shellfish like oysters reduce nitrogen levels in the water. They also work quickly and cost less than building sewers and wastewater treatment systems that could cost billions of dollars, he said.

A local citizen scientist is seriously involved in the Biscane Bay clean-up effort.

Alberto Aran, a citizen-scientist from South Florida, advocates the mollusc cleaning method through the work of his organization, Watershed Action Lab. His nonprofit is recruiting citizen scientists to help restore health to the watershed.

On December 16, Aran was a guest speaker at a presentation on Restoring Biological Filtration in the Bay hosted by the Key Biscayne Community Foundation and the Key Biscayne Citizens Science Group.

Aran said that by involving residents and promoting soil health and improving water quality, we can regenerate habitats, recharge aquifers, combat saltwater intrusion, and strengthen water quality. resilience in the face of future challenges.

As an example, he said that after toxic algae blooms in 2020 and massive fish deaths, his group launched a native oyster restoration project for Biscayne Bay. They raised $ 15,000 for the project.

“Biscayne Bay is a great mountain to climb,” said Aran, noting the cleanup could take years.

Oysters are essential tools in the cleaning effort. Aran said they are effective filter feeders that help remove excess nitrogen from the waters by incorporating it into their shells and tissues as they grow. Adult oysters can filter up to 50 gallons per day, and one oyster can make 100 million babies per year, he said.

Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for plants and animals, but too much nitrogen – usually from fertilizer runoff and septic tanks – accelerates algae growth, which in turn overwhelms plants. water and ultimately reduces oxygen levels.

Aran encourages people to get involved in the effort to clean up the area’s waters. “Anyone can be a citizen scientist,” he said. “You don’t have to be a politician to help heal our berry. “


Members of the Biscayne Bay Watershed Management Advisory Council include:

Miami-Dade County Commissioners Danielle Cohen Higgins, Jean Monestime and Rebeca Sosa; Vince Lago, Mayor of Coral Gables; North Bay Village Commissioner Rachel Streitfeld and Miami Shores Board Member Crystal Wager; Brett Bibeau, Miami River Commission representative, Todd Crowl of Florida International University; Diego Lirman of the University of Miami; Joan Browder of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Erik Stabenau from Biscayne National Park; Julissa Kepner, of the Greater Miami Visitors and Convention Bureau; Spencer Crowley, representing the Builders Association of South Florida; Jannek Cederberg, Florida Engineers Society-Miami; Gerald C. McGinley Jr., of the Marine Council; John L. Alger, representing the Dade County Farm Bureau; Roberto Torres, Nature Conservancy; and Dave Doebler from the Biscayne Bay Marine Health Coalition.

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