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MiMedix 31 Aug 2015 09:01 #5111

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Interesting article about the use of ADRC in wound care, in association with Epifix by Mimedix. Good confirmation that the BARDA burn trials should do well, not to mention the applicability in a host of other wound indications such as diabetes induced wounds or PAD. :nice:


phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=213465&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=20821

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MiMedix 31 Aug 2015 10:02 #5113

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For those checking with the link provided, it says, info not available...just click on the news link left hand side of page to find the article.

CYTX perfect for hard to heal wounds...still unsure myself on its general burn surgery potential.
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MiMedix 31 Aug 2015 10:50 #5115

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Thanks Hedge-

One gets a whole list of news releases than- John, which one did you link? Can you give date or title?

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MiMedix 31 Aug 2015 14:29 #5120

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fas, the article dated August 26, 2015.

Aug 26, 2015 MiMedx Announces Publication Of Latest Scientific Study Demonstrating The Ability Of Its Allografts To Regulate Diabetic Stem Cells

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MiMedix 01 Sep 2015 05:08 #5121

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Thanks D9.

Yes- I glanced over the paper and yes as John already stated- patients with burns or diabetic patients- all seem to be able to deliver potent cells for healing.

From earlier research that I did back in 2011 I recall that this would only apply to cells derived from subcutaneous tissue which is not too deep in the human body. Visceral fat and deep subcutaneous are of a different structure for OBESE folks since many pericytes would have been used to battle inflammation of the tissue, caused by expansion of the tissue.

Subcutaneous fat is largely unchanged between obese and non-obese folks. :woohoo:

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MiMedix 03 Sep 2015 15:26 #5142

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This is an issue of national security. BARDA will force FDA's hand. Thats my belief. MM accumulation will spin the stock into the teen$.

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