Neuromics' 2013-2014 Newsletters
March 2014 News
I am pleased to present more data from our kinetic cell based assays using our pancreatic tumor cells. We have active research programs in cancer/stem cell selection, tox, migration and differentiation studies using our hMSCs and CAFs/Tumor Cells, These will include co-cultures studies involving delivering toxic payloads to tumor cells using migrating hMSCs.
Image: Kinetic tox assay using Pancreatic Tumor Cells.
We can do just about any kind of cell based assay to your specification. These include testing the impact of small molecules and compounds for drug discovery. If you have interest in learning more about our capabilties e-mail or call me: firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-801-1007.
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ASD Patient Array Data
We recently completed testing blood serum from ASD children. These children were all from Central Europe and lived in cities with heavy industries. All had elevated levels of heavy metals like Aluminum and Copper. We believe that these levels may be contributing to the pathogenesis of the ASD symptoms.
Figures: HSP-70 Results from Neuromics' Custom Quantibody Autsim Array vs Healthy Controls.
Though the sample was small, the results were striking. The elevated levels of Heat Shock Protein 70 (HSP 70) is consistent with high heavy metal toxicity. Studies have reported both elevated and decreased levels of Brian Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) vs healthy controls, but is always reduced in subjects with high heavy metal blood serum levels. Could these elevated heavy metals be a root factor ASD Children?
We believe this level of quantification is needed to assess how well a treatment is working. We will be keeping you posted.
Here's to new discoveries!
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G-protein Coupled Receptor Expression Patterns. This information was presented by Dr. Steve Stice and his team and the 2008 Neuroscience Conference.
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