30 Results for 'Inflammation'
Cellular “Backpacks” to Slow Tumor Growth
A cell therapy innovation that keep macrophages activated against cancer. Macrophages are like little soldiers in our bodies that help fend off diseases like cancer. Our cellular “backpacks” are disc-shaped nanoparticles that can stick to a macrophage without being engulfed, and release a steady stream of cytokines into their macrophage “hosts” to help them fight against cancer.
Single-Cell Encapsulation for Improved Cell Therapies
The Problem Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are valued for their ability to secrete compounds that modulate the body’s immune system, making them an attractive solution for existing problems with cell therapies including host-vs-graft disease and organ transplant rejections. However, MSCs are rapidly cleared from the body and can come under fire from the immune system....
Audio/PodcastOf Mice and Massage with Dr. Bo Ri SeoYou know those people who say you can’t change tissue? Well Wyss Postdoctoral Fellow Bo Ri Seo explains otherwise on this episode of BodyTalk. She is the lead writer on an exciting paper. Dr. Bo Ri Seo is a biomedical engineer who has been studying mechanobiology and mechanotherapy to develop therapeutic strategies for cancer and...