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Clinical Systems for the Production of Human Cells and Tissues

Bio/Technologyvolume 13pages449453 (1995) | Download Citation

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Ex vivo cell production systems are on the verge of changing clinical practice

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    Koller, M.R., Emerson, S.G., and Palsson, B.Ø. 1993. Large-scale expansion of human stem and progenitor cells from bone marrow mononuclear cells in continuous perfusion cultures. Blood 82(2): 378–84.

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    The Aastrom Cell Production System (Aastrom CPS) is in its prototype stage, and not yet approved or available for sale. Although initially targeted for use with bone-marrow-derived stem-cell mixtures, the Aastrom CPS has also been demonstrated to efficiently produce cells of different lineages and from different sources.

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  1. R.Douglas Armstrong, Walter C. Ogier and James Maluta: R. Douglas Armstrong is President and CEO, Walter C. Ogier is Director of marketing, and James Maluta is Vice president of product development

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  1. Aastrom Biosciences, P.O. Box 376, Ann Arbor, MI, 48106

    • R.Douglas Armstrong
    • , Walter C. Ogier
    •  & James Maluta

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https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0595-449