Novel cells offer functional and structural restoration advantages for transplantation and therapy
OXNARD, Calif., September 13, 2016—Regenerative medicine company Celavie Biosciences LLC, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued patents for its pluripotent stem cells with applications for a range of disorders of the central nervous system (CNS), including Parkinson’s disease.
CVM approval moves novel stem cell therapy one step closer to restoring health and mobility in horses
OXNARD, Calif., Aug. 12, 2016—Veterinary regenerative medicine start-up Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, received approval from the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) for the donor selection criteria of its equine OK100 stem cells. The Investigational New Animal Drug (INAD) file for the OK100 stem cells is proposed to treat tendinitis (e.g., tendon injuries, bowed tendons, etc.) in horses.
New stem cell technology offers potential to revolutionize regenerative medicine
OXNARD, Calif., Dec. 14, 2015—Regenerative medicine start-up Celavie Biosciences LLC has conducted its first clinical trial to evaluate the safety of their stem cells in treating eight patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease (PD). Seven of the eight patients completed first-year follow-up. No lasting adverse effects or complications over period of more than two years were observed.
Regenerative medicine start-up studies over 400 horses with tendon and ligament injuries
OXNARD, Calif., December 15, 2013—Veterinary regenerative medicine start-up Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, successfully completed a multicenter, open label study investigating the treatment of equine tendon and ligament injuries with Celavet’s OK100 stem cells on more than 400 horses.
Regenerative medicine start-up granted compassionate use by CVM to aid animal with severe burns
OXNARD, Calif., Aug. 31, 2011—Veterinary regenerative medicine start-up Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, provided the undifferentiated stem cells successfully used for the treatment of a pit bull with severe burns. Collaborators Dr. Boyd Wagner of Wyomissing Animal Hospital and Dr. Oleg Kopyov of Celavet administered the treatment using a new stem cell technology and a newly created protocol, which resulted in near-total restoration of damaged tissue.
Unique pluripotent stem cells show favorable structural improvements to damaged tendons
OXNARD, Calif., March 3, 2010—A recent study from Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, demonstrates promising indications for the efficacy of pluripotent stem cells in the treatment of tendon injuries in horses. Conducted at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine by Dr. Alan Nixon, the equine study investigates the effect of Celavet’s undifferentiated stem cells versus placebo controls in acute tendonitis lesions in horses’ superficial flexor tendons.
Medical team seeks advances beyond mainstream stem cell
technology to cure degenerative diseases and injuries
OXNARD, Calif., January 10, 2010—Regenerative medicine start-up Celavie Biosciences LLC has appointed three prestigious medical innovators to its advisory team. The company’s R&D focuses on using regenerative stem cell therapies to repair tissues that have been damaged by disorders of the central nervous system by use, trauma, or chronic disease, such as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases, which have no long-term treatments or cures.
Innovation advances applications of stem cells in regenerative medicine sector
OXNARD, Calif., Dec. 15, 2009—The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent to regenerative medicine company Celavie Biosciences LLC for novel propagation and transplantation methods of pluripotent stem cells (PSC) and neural progenitor cells (NPC) with applications for therapeutic, diagnostic, and research purposes in the treatment of degenerative diseases.
Regenerative medicine start-up demonstrates efficacy and safety
OXNARD, Calif., August 19, 2008—Veterinary regenerative medicine start-up Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, conducted a successful pilot study of Celavet’s OK100 stem cells to investigate safety, efficacy, and prospective methodology for use of undifferentiated stem cells in the repair of equine connective soft tissue injuries.
New stem cell technology tested as innovative treatment for equine injuries
OXNARD, Calif., April 14, 2008—Regenerative medicine start-up Celavet Inc., a subsidiary of Celavie Biosciences LLC, has added a robust team of veterinary experts to advance research on a new stem cell technology designed to provide alternative approaches to therapy in orthopedic conditions for large and small animals. Celavet’s team of specialists is focused on restoring health and mobility to animals suffering from musculoskeletal injuries, torn ligaments and tendons, osteoarthritis, burns, and other injuries, with an initial focus on equine applications.