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EndoCell has been acquired by Vascustim

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bioEndoCell is a Leonhardt Ventures startup incubating in the Cal-X Stars Business Accelerator, Inc. in Santa Monica, CA with support R&D lab support assistance from Leonhardt’s Launchpads NorCal at the University of Northern California Science and Technology Center (UNC STIC) and Leonhardt’s Launchpads Utah just off campus of University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT.   EndoCell is focused on artery regeneration.

The EndoCell Artery Regeneration procedure includes these steps:

1.  Arthrectomy of narrowed plaque ridden artery.

2.  Harvesting of endothelial progenitor cells from the patient’s own fat tissue.

3.  Injection of endothelial progenitor cells into post athrectomy adventia of artery with micro needle catheter – http://www.mercatormed.com/bullfrog-micro-infusion-device/

4.  Micro bioelectric energy delivery to post treatment artery inner lining with bioelectic energy delivery endovascular catheter.  Bioelectric signals for controlled release of SDF-1 (stem cell homing), IGF-1, HGF, EGF, Follistatin, eNOS, VEGF and Tropoelastin. 

5.  Timed infusion of endothelial progenitor cells and anti-inflammatory agents.

6.  Timed infusion of EC-8 proprietary artery regeneration cocktail via micro pump.

7.  External wireless microcurrent energy treatments. 

Collaborating Researchers include:

Dr. Warren Sherman – Chief Medical Advisor

Dr. Lelsie Miller – Chief Medical Officer – Morton Plant Hospital, Florida

Dr. Stuart Williams – VP of Research and Development – U of Louisville

Dr. Dayu Teng – Researcher UC San Diego 

Dr. Jorge Genovese – Researcher Argentina

Dr. Antonio Colombo – Researcher Italy

Dr. Doris Taylor – Researcher – Texas Heart Institute

Dr. Tuan Hoang – Micro Pump Researcher – USC+Fluid Synchrony 


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