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Muscle-derived autologous stem cell therapy - U.S. Stem Cell

Drug Profile

Muscle-derived autologous stem cell therapy - U.S. Stem Cell

Alternative Names: Implanted autologous skeletal myoblasts - U.S. Stem Cell; Myoblast-derived autologous stem cell therapy - U.S. Stem Cell; MyoCell; MyoCell II; MyoCell SDF-1; Second-generation MyoCell SDF-1 myogenic cell composition - U.S. Stem Cell

Latest Information Update: 27 Nov 2017

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At a glance

  • Originator Bioheart
  • Developer AnC Bio; Bioheart; Magnum Cell Therapies; Revita Life Sciences; U.S. Stem Cell
  • Class Cardiovascular therapies; Cell therapies; Heart failure therapies; Stem cell therapies
  • Mechanism of Action Cell replacements
  • Orphan Drug Status

    Orphan designation is assigned by a regulatory body to encourage companies to develop drugs for rare diseases.

  • New Molecular Entity No
  • Available For Licensing Yes - Heart failure

Highest Development Phases

  • Marketed Heart failure
  • No development reported Myocardial infarction

Most Recent Events

  • 21 Nov 2017 Muscle-derived autologous stem cell therapy - U.S. Stem Cell is available for licensing as of 21 Nov 2017. http://us-stemcell.com/
  • 21 Nov 2017 U.S. Stem Cell seeks Regenerative Medicine Advance Therapy (RMAT) designation for Heart failure
  • 04 Nov 2017 No recent reports of development identified for clinical-Phase-Unknown development in Heart-failure in Uganda (Intracardiac)
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