The OPTRACT Method: Efficient Human Donor Cornea Transportation Feat & Futuristi… – Press Release

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Human buccal and cartilage tissue logistics, add value to regenerative medicine

A much efficient human cadaver donor-corneal transportation method, developed by Japanese scientists, may increase the availability of donated eyes to millions of patients with corneal blindness, waiting for corneal transplantation restoring vision. The OPTRACT method, better preserving human buccal tissue and cartilage during transport between hospitals and laboratories, reverses cellular aging, beside being granted a Japanese patent for functional enhancement of immune cells under micro-gravity. These accomplishments harbinger a futuristic strategy of evaluating the implications of inter-stellar environments on human cells aboard a space station without gravity, which if defies aging related damages, may yield solutions to frailty of aging, researchers opine.

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A cell repository aboard a space station in zero gravity or in a micro gravity of other planets or inter-stellar space, in which, if aging related implications or damages to cells could be alleviated, storing human stem cells for certain duration, with suitable gravitational forces and then re-infusion, might yield restoration of youth. Accomplishments by OPTRACT method-based transportation of cells and tissues between hospitals and laboratories for regenerative medicine - cell therapy applications, human cadaver corneal transportation across destinations and cryopreservation of stem cells; several published by the Japanese scientists and granted patents, have paved way to these futuristic research strategies of space-age anti-aging solutions. The OPTRACT method based in vitro culture has yielded reversal of senescence of human chondrocytes in the lab, employing proprietary tissue engineering techniques. (Graphic: Business Wire)

A cell repository aboard a space station in zero gravity or in a micro gravity of other planets or inter-stellar space, in which, if aging related implications or damages to cells could be alleviated, storing human stem cells for certain duration, with suitable gravitational forces and then re-infusion, might yield restoration of youth. Accomplishments by OPTRACT method-based transportation of cells and tissues between hospitals and laboratories for regenerative medicine – cell therapy applications, human cadaver corneal transportation across destinations and cryopreservation of stem cells; several published by the Japanese scientists and granted patents, have paved way to these futuristic research strategies of space-age anti-aging solutions. The OPTRACT method based in vitro culture has yielded reversal of senescence of human chondrocytes in the lab, employing proprietary tissue engineering techniques. (Graphic: Business Wire)

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