Live Cell Encapsulation

There are a handful of illnesses in this world that we are still working towards creating a cure for.

Research specialist Lia Thornberry Kent works under a fume hood dispersing a feeder solution necessary to maintain growing stem cell cultures in researcher James Thomson's lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Thomson, a developmental biologist and professor of anatomy, directed the research group that reported the first isolation of embryonic stem cell lines from a nonhuman primate in 1995, work that led his group to the first successful isolation of human embryonic stem cell lines in 1998. ©UW-Madison University Communications 608/262-0067 Photo by: Jeff Miller Date:  8/05    File#:   D100 digital camera frame 10734

Nothing but time and money has gone into finding a cure for several diseases such as cancer and diabetes. Though there have been a plenty of steps in the right direction, there is still work that needs to be done in order to find a cure that will bring a complete end to these life altering illnesses. PharmaCyte Biotech is a clinical stage biotechnology company that focuses on developing treatments for both cancer and diabetes based on a revolutionary live-cell encapsulation technology known as Cell In A Box.

Cell in a Box encapsulates genetically modified cells to convert a chemotherapy drug into its cancer-killing form or to encapsulate genetically modified cells that produce insulin when a patient’s pancreas isn’t working properly. The cells that will be encapsulated in PharmaCyte Biotech’s technology have shown in preclinical studies that they can end diabetes. By encapsulating those cells in Cell in a Box, PharmaCyte may be able to create an artificial pancreas.

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6 Responses to Live Cell Encapsulation

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  3. PetePham says:

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  4. Wendy says:

    I am looking forward to this technology improving the quality of life for many. Very excited that human trials will start later this year.

  5. Ken Newton says:

    Outstanding technology. Very proud of my investment in this company.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I think this article is very helpful

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