NextCell expects ProTrans to be an effective treatment for autoimmune diseases NextCell expects ProTrans to be an effective treatment for autoimmune diseases, other inflammatory conditions and in transplant reactions following...
Cellaviva and NextCell Pharma's Principal investigator receive the award as Child Diabetes Researcher of the Year by Swedish Crown Princess Victoria. Cellaviva's Principal investigator for both our clinical studies with...
First studies testing the effect of mesenchymal stem cells in the treatment of COVID-19 have been published. In this contex, Dr. Leng and colleagues found that a single injection had an effect on 7 patients with COVID-19.
The Corona virus enters the host cell by binding to a receptor on the cells in the blood vessels. The body then responds as soon as the immune system recognizes that there are invaders and sends a number of different cell types and antibodies to try to destroy the virus. The result is a battlefield in every organ affected by the virus, between our immune system and the virus. In the case of COVID-19, the intensity of the battle can trigger a devastating immune reaction.
After the birth, the umbilical cord contains the same powerful stem cells that help your baby develop organs, blood, tissue, and an immune system during pregnancy.
It’s important to note that umbilical cord blood and cord tissue are rich in two distinct types of stem cells. Both types of stem cells play key roles in regenerative medicine, and each works in its own way.
Can stem cells treat type 1 diabetes? Are stem cell transplants performed today? We keep you updated on news, as well as the latest developments in stem cell research. Our goal is for everyone in Sweden to be informed about the possibility of saving stem cells from the umbilical cord at birth. Our articles therefore focus on how this can be a unique investment for the future.
Focusing on stem cell research
Nextcell Pharma, a part of Cellaviva, researches daily to develop new cell therapies. We therefore share our own articles, news and articles on research from the rest of the world on stem cell treatment.