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Thread: ChinaSCINet Update

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    What is the progress of trials in HK? How many patients have been injected and how many left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawaid View Post
    What is the progress of trials in HK? How many patients have been injected and how many left?
    We have done 7 patients and will soon be doing our eighth. Wise.

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    Wise will u be taking lower injury patients in phase3 trials in china or india or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    Mononuclear cells are, as the word implies, cells that have a single large nucleus. In blood and bone marrow, mononuclear cells include monocytes, lymphocytes, and also most of the hematopoietic and other stem cells. For example, in the mononuclear cells that we transplant into the spinal cord, 2-3% of the cells have the CD34 marker for endothelial progenitor cells and another 1-2% are positive for CD133, the marker for pluripotent stem cells.

    Separation of mononuclear cells, particularly from frozen umbilical cord blood cells, is not simple. Vista does this for the trials under GMP/GTP conditions.

    Wise.
    merci beaucoup professeur

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    PR young comment faite vous pour refermer la dure-mère dans votre étude?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fti View Post
    PR young comment faite vous pour refermer la dure-mère dans votre étude?
    We close the dura by sewing it with thread to form a water-tight closure.

    Wise.

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    encore merci pour toute vos réponses. mais es-que que le fil et biodégradable ou es qu'il reste a vie ?

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    translation of fti's question for Dr Young

    Quote Originally Posted by fti View Post
    encore merci pour toute vos réponses. mais es-que que le fil et biodégradable ou es qu'il reste a vie ?
    Thanks again for all your answers. But is the thread biodegradable or does it stay there for life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamadavid View Post
    Thanks again for all your answers. But is the thread biodegradable or does it stay there for life?
    mamadavid, thanks for the translation.

    I don't remember whether the thread is biodegradable or not. Different surgeons like to use different suture material. I don't think that it matters. What does matter is that you want a strong and fine thread. The Chinese like to use silk for closing dura.

    Wise.

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    Dr Wise any plans or thoughts for using catherin or something else as combination therapy with stem cells in ur upcoming trials?

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