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Methods for Development and Use of Minimally Polarized Function Cell Micro-Aggregate Units in Tissue Applications Using LGR4, LGR5 and LGR6 Expressing Epithelial Stem Cells
21 Oct 21
Provided herein are constructs of micro-aggregate multicellular, minimally polarized grafts containing Leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein coupled Receptor (LGR) expressing cells for wound therapy applications, tissue engineering, cell therapy applications, regenerative medicine applications, medical/therapeutic applications, tissue healing applications, immune therapy applications, and tissue transplant therapy applications which preferably are associated with a delivery vector/substrate/support/scaffold for direct application.
Denver M. LOUGH
Filed: 21 May 21
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Methods related to minimally polarized functional units
11 May 21
Provided herein are constructs of micro-aggregate multicellular, minimally polarized grafts containing Leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein coupled Receptor (LGR) expressing cells for wound therapy applications, tissue engineering, cell therapy applications, regenerative medicine applications, medical/therapeutic applications, tissue healing applications, immune therapy applications, and tissue transplant therapy applications which preferably are associated with a delivery vector/substrate/support/scaffold for direct application.
Denver Lough
Filed: 19 Oct 18
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Methods related to minimally polarized functional units
23 Feb 21
Provided herein are constructs of micro-aggregate multicellular, minimally polarized grafts containing Leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein coupled Receptor (LGR) expressing cells for wound therapy applications, tissue engineering, cell therapy applications, regenerative medicine applications, medical/therapeutic applications, tissue healing applications, immune therapy applications, and tissue transplant therapy applications which preferably are associated with a delivery vector/substrate/support/scaffold for direct application.
Denver M. Lough
Filed: 30 Nov 15
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Package for transport and handling of biological materials
31 Aug 20
Denver Lough, Edward Swanson
Filed: 16 May 18
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Composite-interfacing Biomaterial Accelerant Substrate
30 Oct 19
Disclosed herein is a composition comprising stimulated biological material derived from an interface compartment, wherein the composition is capable of augmenting the generation or healing of a native tissue when administered to a subject in need thereof.
Denver Lough, Nikolai Sopko, Pratima Labroo, Nicholas William Baetz, Jennifer Jensen Irvin, Georgia Crystal Yalanis, Matthew Petney
Filed: 9 Jul 19
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