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Exploring Innovation in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
- Regenerative Medicine 2022

About Conference

About Conference

The 4th Global Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Research which is scheduled during August 25-26, 2022 virtually is focused on theme “Exploring innovation in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine” and to put forth the eminent research and development in eminent field of regenerative  medicine and stem cells which the plays curial role in current and prospective technologies .The conference emphasizes on the vital role of stem cells and regenerative medicine in field of medicine and healthcare current trends in stem cell technology and future aspects of building the functional and infrastructural concept of stem cell therapy. Encompasses the spectrum of regenerative sciences from discovery to application and focuses on providing with understanding that spans traditional academic disciplines. It has innovative education experiences to produce the expert scientists needed to create the next generation of regenerative diagnostic and therapeutic solutions.

Regenerative medicine, the foremost recent and emerging branch of bioscience, deals with functional restoration of tissues or organs for the patient with severe injuries or chronic disease. The spectacular progress within the field of vegetative cell research has laid the inspiration for cell based therapies of disease which cannot be cured by conventional medicines. The indefinite self-renewal and potential to differentiate into other kinds of cells represent stem cells as frontiers of regenerative medicine. The Transdifferentiating potential of stem cells varies with source and consistent with that regenerative applications also change. Advancements in gene editing and tissue engineering technology have endorsed the ex vivo remodeling of stem cells grown into 3D organoids and tissue structures for personalized applications. This review outlines the foremost recent advancement in transplantation and tissue engineering technologies of ESCs, TSPSCs, MSCs, UCSCs, BMSCs, and iPSCs in regenerative medicine. Additionally, it also discusses stem cells regenerative application in wildlife conservation.

This conference plays a world platform for biomedical companies, start-ups, clinical research divisions, professionals, specialists, consultants, doctors, scholars and students to border new relationship and strengthen the Knowledge. This can be an excellent opportunity for all the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the highest grade world class Scientists. The actual participants can confirm their participation through Registrations. To explore More Regarding the Recent Research in somatic cell its application attends Regentative Medicine 2022. 

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With great delight and honor we invite the participants from all over the globe to take part in our annual flagship conference and explore your research and knowledge in our 4th Global Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Research which is scheduled during August 25-26, 2022 virtually. 


Sessions and Tracks

Track 1- Stem Cells and Development

Stem cells present in Human body are unspecialized cells. They have the power to differentiate into any cell in an organism and to regenerate. Stem cells exist both in embryos and adult cells. They are specialized into many stages. Each stage reduces its developmental potency, where its produces unipotent stem cell which can't differentiate into as many different types of cells as a pluripotent cells.

 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 2- Tissue Engineering

Tissue engineering tries to use the self-healing characteristics of biological tissues to regenerate and restore organ function. To do so, cells from various origins, growth-inducing chemicals, and a biomaterial-support termed a scaffold are utilized alone or in combination to reconstruct organs. However, regenerating a functional tissue or organ has proven difficult. With recent advancements in adult and embryonic stem cell technologies, the fantasy of regenerating a full organ, or at least sections of it, appears to be closer than ever.

  • Bioartificial organs
  • Biomimetics
  • Long fiber generation

 

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 3- Organ Regeneration  

Organ re-construction can be done in vitro in laboratories and made available on demand, or in vivo using regenerative factors and a microenvironment that allows organs to grow inside the body. The combination of stem cells with tissue engineering has yielded significant advances, with the potential to usher in a paradigm change in regenerative medicine.

  • Implantation
  • Biopsy
  • Cell isolation
  • Scaffold
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Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 4- 3D Bio-Printing and Organ Printing

Engineering, manufacturing, art, education, and medicine are just a few of the fields where three-dimensional (3D) printing is driving substantial changes. Biocompatible materials, cells, and supporting components can now be 3D printed into complex 3D functioning living tissues, thanks to recent advancements. To meet the demand for transplantable tissues and organs, 3D bio printing is being used in regenerative medicine. 3D bio printing has more complexities than non-biological printing, such as material selection, cell kinds, growth and differentiation variables, and technical obstacles associated to living cell sensitivities and tissue assembly. Engineering, biomaterials science, cell biology, physics, and medicine must all work together to solve these problems. Bio printing in 3D has already been used to create and test new drugs.

  • 3D-bioprinted tissue models
  • Inkjet based 3D Bio printing
  • Extrusion based 3D Bio printing
  • Laser assisted 3D Bio printing 
  • Stereolithographic based 3D Bio printing

 

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 5- Embryonic Stem Cells as a Powerful Tool

Human embryonic stem cells (HESC) are pluripotent stem cell lines produced from human blastocyst-stage embryos' inner cell mass (ICM). They are defined by their culture's limitless ability for self-renewal. Furthermore, their ability to generate virtually any cell type in vivo and in vitro demonstrates their extensive developmental potential. HESC is tremendously essential in basic and practical research because of these two characteristics. They could also be an effective tool for understanding human development. By expressing developmentally controlled genes and activating biological pathways in the same way that they do in vivo, HESC can mimic embryogenesis. They can also be used to investigate the impact of individual mutations on specific developmental events, potentially allowing us to find crucial components.

  • Growth Factor–Induced Differentiation
  • Ectoderm Differentiation
  • Neuronal Differentiation
  • Mesoderm Differentiation 

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 6- Cancer and stem cells

Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs) are a small subpopulation of cells inside tumors with abilities of self-renewal, differentiation, and tumorigenicity while transplanted into an animal host. A variety of mobileular floor markers including CD44, CD24, and CD133 are regularly used to pick out and enhance CSCs. A regulatory community which includes microRNAs and Wnt/?-catenin, Notch, and Hedgehog signaling pathways controls the CSC properties. The medical relevance of CSCs has been bolstered with the aid of using rising evidence, demonstrating that CSCs are resistant to traditional chemotherapy and radiation remedy and that CSCs are very possibly to be the starting place of most cancers metastasis. CSCs are believed to be an critical goal for novel anti-most cancers drug discovery. Herein we summarize the present day expertise of CSCs, with a focal point at the function of miRNA and epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT), and speak the medical software of concentrated on CSCs for most cancers remedy.

  • BMI-1
  • Notch
  • Sonic hedgehog and Wnt 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 7- Stem cell therapy

Cell therapy involves the introduction of cells directly into the body for the purpose of healing. The therapeutic function propagates in single cell. For regenerative medicine, the ultimate goal of cell therapy is to establish a long-term transplant with the ability to carry out the organ's functions. A practical example is a bone marrow transplant, where HSCs are the therapeutic unit, which inserts the bone marrow and regenerates the whole blood stream.

  • Gene doping
  • Human genetic engineering
  • Treatment of genetic diseases

 

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 8- Stem cells and tissue banks

Stem cell banking or preservation is the extraction, processing and storage of stem cells, which are stored and reserved for future prospective, when required. Stem Cell has power to regenerate into any tissue or organ in your body. It is due to this unique characteristic that they have the potential to treat over life threatening conditions, and provide numerous benefits to the baby, its siblings and the family.

  • Tissue banking
  • Tissue preservation
  • Tissue storage

 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 9- Biomaterials and Scaffold Design

A fundamental component of the regenerative endodontic process is the presence of a scaffold for stem cells from the apical papilla to adhere to, multiply and differentiate. The aim of this review is to provide an overview of the biomaterial scaffolds that have been investigated to support stem cells from the apical papilla in regenerative endodontic therapy and to identify potential biomaterials for future research.

  • Instructive scaffolds
  • Endodontic therapy
  • Blood-biomaterial interactions

 

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 10 - Regenerative Medicine and Surgery

As the population ages, there is an increasing need for organ and tissue replacement to cope with the deterioration and disease of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, kidney, and musculoskeletal organs. Transplantation of live and dead donor organs cannot currently meet this need. Regenerative medicine is an interdisciplinary field that incorporates stem cell biology, immunology, materials science, engineering, medicine, and surgery to develop solutions that can enhance or replace the regenerative capacity of the body's own tissues. With such a wide range of disciplines, it is important for different stakeholders to understand where the overall picture of the process of developing and clinically using regenerative medicine products fits. It also discusses recent surgical applications in regenerative medicine.

  • Hand transplantation
  • Face transplantation
  • Lymphedema
  • Preclinical modeling 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 11 - COVID-19 and Convalescent Plasma

The use of convalescent plasma (CP) collected from the previously infected individuals to passively transfer antibodies as to guard or treat human’s dates back almost 100 years. Results from small cases series during the prior SARS and MERS coronavirus outbreaks suggested that the Convalescent Plasma is safe and should confer clinical benefits, including faster viral approval, particularly when administered early within the disease course1. The overwhelming majority of patients who get over COVID-19 illness develop circulating antibodies to varied SARS-CoV-2 proteins 2-3 weeks following infection, which are detectable by ELISA or other quantitative assays and sometimes correlate with the presence of neutralizing antibodies. Donations can occur as frequently as weekly for several months before antibody titers begin decreasing. Allowed donation frequency varies between blood centers. Listed below are some sites for referral of potential donors.

Related Associations and Societies: California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine

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Track 12   - Techniques in stem cell research

Characterization of stem cell cultures has two main purposes. Monitoring the integrity of the cell's genome and tracking the expression of proteins associated with changes in pluripotency of epigenetic profiles. Proteome analysis ensures that cells express the factors necessary to maintain pluripotency. Confirmation of differentiation status by analysis of important genetic and protein markers ensures correct cell type identification and proliferation.

  • Stem cell characterization
  • Karyotyping
  • Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
  • Comparative genomic hybridization

 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 13- Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) is the intravenous infusion of hematopoietic stem cells to restore blood cell production in individuals with damaged or dysfunctional bone marrow or immune systems. This approach has been utilized to treat a variety of malignant and nonmalignant disorders with increasing frequency during the last half-century. Cells for HSCT can be taken from the patient (autologous transplant), a sibling or unrelated donor (allogeneic transplant), or an identical twin (allogeneic transplant) (syngeneic transplant). Bone marrow, peripheral blood, umbilical cord blood, and foetal liver are all possible cell sources.

  • Procurement of Stem Cells
  • Manipulation of Stem Cell Grafts
  • Preparative Regimens for HSCT
  • Infusion of Stem Cells and Engraftment

Related Associations and Societies: The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science |

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Track 14- Regenerative Pharmacology

Regenerative pharmacology will have far higher development requirements. In fact, the challenges associated with regenerative pharmacology, i.e., curative therapeutics, will in many cases necessitate complex mixtures of compounds [i.e., growth factors such as fibroblast growth factor (FGF), epidermal growth factor (EGF), platelet-derived growth factor, nerve growth factor (NGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF), bone morphogenic proteins (BMPs These chemicals have far greater molecular weights (usually 10,000 to >100,000 mol. wt.) than those created historically by the pharmaceutical industry..

  • Cell mobilization
  • Chemokines
  • Genitourinary regeneration
  • Musculoskeletal regeneration

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 15 - Regenerative Medicine and Disease Therapeutics

Human pluripotent stem cells (HPSCs) are useful model system for understanding the genetic basis of human cardiovascular diseases. HPSCs are often firmly genetically matched to patients with disease. Previously, only in unusual substance was it viable to review primary tissues like heart muscle and blood vessels obtained directly from living patients, and even in such circumstances, the quantity of tissue was limited. HPSCs produce a replacement approach that gives a unique opportunity to review human cells that are matched to the patients of interest. Because they will be propagated into very large numbers and differentiated into a spread of cell types that are relevant to cardiovascular diseases—including cardio myocytes, vascular endothelial and smooth muscle cells, and hepatocytes—HPSCs can in theory provide a limitless source of fabric with which to dissect the molecular support of the patient’s disease process within and beyond the circulatory system.

Related Associations and Societies: The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science |

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Track 16 - Translational Research in Stem Cell Assessments

Stem cell therapy has immense potential to relieve human suffering and give solutions to medical issues that are now unfulfilled. Stem cells must follow the same regulatory procedure as drugs to reach the clinic. Investigator-initiated methods frequently use stem cells as pharmaceuticals; therefore investigators must be aware of these regulatory mechanisms from the beginning of the translational process. Furthermore, because of the highly complicated nature of cells as pharmaceuticals, the translational pathway to development will necessitate specific considerations.

  • Dose exploration
  • Patient-specific products
  • Safety monitoring and follow-up to mitigate risk to the patients

 

Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 17 - Stem Cells and Their Niches

Stem cell growth and proliferation are controlled by their specialized milieu, known as the stem cell niche, through direct cell-cell interactions and chemical signals emitted from the niche, according to research on embryonic and adult stem cells. The stromal cell ensemble and the factors produced by them, such as sticky signals, soluble factors, and matrix proteins, create the niche .While we have a good understanding of how adult stem cells interact with their surroundings, the essential components of the stem cell niche are still unknown. Furthermore, tissue-specific stem cells are anticipated to be found in particular niches that must be characterized further in each tissue. To advance in situ applications of in vitro fertilization, progress in understanding and building a stem cell niche will be required.

  • Intestinal stem cell niche
  • The hair follicle epidermal stem cell niche
  • Hematopoietic stem cell niche

Related Associations and Societies: The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science |

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Track 18 - Multiplexed genome regulation

Multiplexed modulation of endogenous genes is vital for sophisticated gene therapy and cell engineering. CRISPR–Cas12a systems enable unique multiple-genomic-loci targeting by processing numerous CRISPR RNAs (crRNAs) from a single transcript; however, their low efficiency is preferred in vivo applications. Through structure-guided protein engineering, we developed a hyper-efficient Lachnospiraceae bacterium Cas12a variant, termed hyperCas12a, with its catalytically dead version hyperdCas12a showing significantly enhanced efficacy for gene activation, particularly at low concentrations of crRNA. We demonstrate that hyperdCas12a has comparable off-target effects compared with the wild-type system and exhibits enhanced activity for gene editing and repression. Delivery of the hyperdCas12a activator and a single crRNA array simultaneously activating the endogenous Oct4, Sox2 and Klf4 genes in the retina of post-natal mice alters the differentiation of retinal progenitor cells. The hyperCas12a system offers a versatile in vivo tool for a broad range of gene-modulation and gene-therapy applications.

  • CRISPR Csy4
  • Multiplexing metabolic engineering
  • Gene editing
  • CRISPRi

 Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

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Track 19 - Stem Cell Apoptosis & Signal Transduction

Apoptosis is a type of customized cell demise which occurs in multicellular creatures. When a cell is prompted to apoptosis, a few trademark cell morphological changes follow which incorporate blebbing, cell shrinkage, atomic fracture, chromatin buildup, chromosomal DNA discontinuity, and worldwide mRNA rot. Somewhat, the self-restoration and populace of undeveloped cell is constrained by apoptosis. Apoptosis keeps foundational microorganism number in balance between the lost because of separation or apoptosis and the acquired because of the multiplication.

Related Associations and Societies: The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science |

Related Conferences: Cancer Workshops | Cell Science Congress | Biomarkers Symposium Stem Cell Conference | Stem Cell Conferences | Regenerative Medicine Events | Tissue Engineering Meetings | Tissue Science Summit

Track 20 - Regulation and ethics of stem cells

Stem cell research offers great promise for understanding basic mechanisms of human development and differentiation, as well as the hope for new treatments for diseases such as diabetes, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, and myocardial infarction. However, human stem cell (hSC) research also raises sharp ethical and political controversies. The derivation of pluripotent stem cell lines from oocytes and embryos is fraught with disputes about the onset of human personhood. The reprogramming of somatic cells to produce induced pluripotent stem cells avoids the ethical problems specific to embryonic stem cell research. In any hSC research, however, difficult dilemmas arise regarding sensitive downstream research, consent to donate materials for hSC research, early clinical trials of hSC therapies, and oversight of hSC research. These ethical and policy issues need to be discussed along with scientific challenges to ensure that stem cell research is carried out in an ethically appropriate manner. This article provides a critical analysis of these issues and how they are addressed in current policies.


 Related Associations and Societies: Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research | Korean Society for Stem Cell Research | The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine | California's Stem Cell Agency | New York Stated Stem Cell Science | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | Stem Cell Network | Brazilian Association of Cellular Therapy | Euro Stem Cell | German Stem Cell Network

Related Conferences: Stem Cell Conference | Stem Cell Conferences | Regenerative Medicine Events | Tissue Engineering Meetings | Tissue Science Summit | Cancer Workshops | Cell Science Congress | Biomarkers Symposium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Market Analysis

Market Analysis

The field of regenerative medicine comprises of abundant strategies, which mainly includes the utilization of materials and de novo generated cells, also as various amalgamations therefore, to substitute the lost tissue, efficiently replacing it both anatomically and functionally, or to contribute to tissue restoration. The most objective of regenerative medicine is to propagate replacement tissue or organs for patients who have sustained an injury or have had a disease that permanently damaged their tissue. National Institutes of Health defines regenerative medicine as a process of making living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost thanks to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.

Regenerative Medicine Market Report Highlights

  • The therapeutics segment dominated the market in 2020 due to the high usage of primary cell-based therapies along with advances in stem cell and progenitor cell therapies. The implementation of these therapies in dermatological, musculoskeletal, and dental application results in the highest share of this segment

  • With the rise in R&D and clinical trials of regenerative medicines, key players are offering several consulting services leading to lucrative growth of the services segment

  • The oncology segment is estimated to account for the largest revenue share by 2027 owing to the high prevalence of cancer indications, which drives the demand for better solutions. The presence of a strong pipeline of regenerative medicines for cancer treatment also supplements the segment growth

  • North America dominated the market in 2020 and is projected to continue its dominance over the forecast period. A significant number of universities and research organizations investigating various stem cell-based approaches for regenerative apposition in the U.S. propels the region's growth

  • Asia Pacific is projected to witness the fastest CAGR over the forecast period due to the emergence of key players and rapid adoption of cell-based approaches in the healthcare
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