RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd.

Novel markers for the identification and isolation of stem and progenitor cells

Posted by RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd.Responsive · Innovative Products and Technologies · Israel

Summary of the technology

A series of novel markers: (1) chromatin remodeling protein factor termed (CHD9/CReMM), (2) A cell adhesion protein termed (SVEP1), (3) A kinesin protein termed (MS-KIF18A), (4) RNA processing factor (SRRF/hNRNP-L) have been developed as novel markers for the identification and isolation of stem and progenitor cells.
Project ID : 10-2007-104

Description of the technology

Technology
A series of novel markers: (1) chromatin remodeling protein factor termed (CHD9/CReMM), (2) A cell adhesion protein termed (SVEP1), (3) A kinesin protein termed (MS-KIF18A), (4) RNA processing factor (SRRF/hNRNP-L) have been developed as novel markers for the identification and isolation of stem and progenitor cell.

Potential Applications

  • Identification of stem cells from skeletal muscle, mesenchymal cells and adipose derived stem cells
  • Isolation and enrichment of specific sub populations of stem cells and progenitors cells
  • Modulation of expression for controlled differentiation of MSCs
  • QC for cell differentiation

Stage of development
Antibodies have been raised to monitor protein expression in in vitro and in vivo studies

Patents
7,829,296; 7,919,602
US pending


Project manager

Elisha Natan
Director BD

Project researchers

Dafna Benayahu
T.A.U Tel Aviv University, Medicine-Sackler Faculty
Cell and Developmental Biology

Related keywords

  • Medicine, Human Health
  • Medical Technology / Biomedical Engineering
  • Biology / Biotechnology
  • Cellular and Molecular Biology Technology
  • Microbiology Technology
  • Bioinformatics Technology
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  • Microbiology Market
  • Micro- and Nanotechnology related to Biological sciences
  • Biochemistry / Biophysics Market
  • Stem cells and biobanks
  • Cellular and Molecular Biology Market
  • Bioinformatics Market
  • Therapeutic
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical Indications
  • Life Sciences and Biotechnology
  • Stem Cells
  • Cell therapy

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