Authored by Joseph Candiello, Ph.D., Technical Application Specialist
|Figure 1. Current and emerging applications using hMSCs as a critical raw material.|
We are excited that over the past 4 years RoosterBio’s core technology, hMSC cell banks and associated Bioprocess Media Systems have been a used in an increasing number of these peer reviewed scientific publications or what we affectionally refer to as our customer’s The initial articles using RoosterBio technology were published in and in the 2nd half of 2015; less than 2 years from when our first products left RoosterBio’s doors. During 2016 and 2017, RoosterBio products have appeared in leading academic journals such as , , , , and . .
Figure 2: Key Metrics of Publications using RoosterBio products.
The breadth of topics included in these publications is as diverse as – and is called out in our . As frequency of publications increases, we will highlight some of these – starting with some recent exciting work being reported across the industry:
As RoosterBio continues to provide hMSC Bioprocess Systems to support Regenerative Medicine research and product development efforts; the central focus is on how we can radically simplify our customers workflow. To this end, across the life sciences industry, timeframes from project initiation to first publication continue to increase; with a current . At the same time, it is critical for researchers and product developers to shorten both publication and product development timeframes. RoosterBio highvolume hMSCs and bioprocess media systems are uniquely designed to accelerate these timeframes by providing well characterized, consistent raw materials designed for simplicity, reduced cost, and shortened time to generate the necessary cellular components for research, development, or clinical translation.
. Modaresi S, Pacelli S, Whitlow J, Paul A. Nanoscale. 2018.
Sci Adv. 2018.. Foresti D, Kroll KT, Amissah R, Sillani F, Homan KA, Poulikakos D, Lewis JA.
If you are interested in having a conversation about how RoosterBio can shorten your gaps between experiments and accelerate your time to publication, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.