New publications ROKEPIE

Lately there is a lot of happening at Sulfateq which is very positive for the development of ROKEPIE. Besides our new website there are also multiple publications and papers which have been published or will be published in the near future. What’s even greater is that all of these publications show the strength of ROKEPIE and why you should use it instead of your current preservation solution.

Publication: The 6-chromanol derivate SUL-109 enables prolonged hypothermic storage of adipose tissue-derived stem cells

We are very happy to announce that Dr. G. Krenning (UMCG) has published an article which is focusing on the mechanism-of-action of the SUL-109 compound and why it enables prolonged hypothermic storage. This manuscript will be published in the January edition of Biomaterials, the number 1 journal for Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine. Can’t wait? You can already download it on Science Direct.

Article title: The 6-chromanol derivate SUL-109 enables prolonged hypothermic storage of adipose tissue-derived stem cells
Journal title: Biomaterials
Corresponding author: Dr. G. Krenning
First author: Dr. G. Hajmousa

Poster: Optimization of methods for hypothermic preservation of primary human Hematopoietic Stem Cells in culture

Also there was a poster which was presented during the European Society of Gene & Cell Therapy by the Center for Stemm Cell R&D, Hacettepe University, Ankara. This poster can be downloaded through this link.