Advancing Tissue Engineering
Into the Mainstream of Medicine
The mission to restore quality of life
Protocols developed at Ocis Biotechnology are provided routinely to laboratories around the world, to facilitate research and translational progress in regenerative medicine. Ocis Biotechnology helps researchers at any stage in the process, from the customized design, selection and preparation of scaffolds and bioreactors, to meet routine and specialized needs in these areas, to innovative solutions for tissue development and function and in vitro and in vivo tissue repair .
Ocis Biotechnology epigentic modulator technology, research services and consulting services are available to military, academic, private corporations and government laboratories, to assist in the research and development of novel approaches in the field of tissue engineering.
Ocis advanced biology and regenerative medicine research solutions enable expansion of discoveries of the mechanisms of human tissue development, repair and regeneration.
Major challenges of formation in tissue engineering at present are that bio-engineered tissue constructs do not contain much of the components of real skin, including blood and lymphatic vessels, pigmentation, sweat glands, nerves and hair follicles. Ocis XCIR is not only the epigenetic modulator of stem cells, but also acts as the initial nano matrix to induce proper epigentic pathways in stem cell signaling that regulates gene transcription, stem cell expansion and differentiation that addressed the challenges you face everyday:
Nano matrix uses the body own epigenetic signaling for self assembly for the unique pore sizes for varying sized vasculature for each cell type.
Different body areas require different tissue formation in thickness, strength and elasticity, especially the face
Patient's may not have enough undamaged skin for grafting
Tissue failure from multiple operations for reconstruction
Biomaterials can cause an inflammatory reaction wich may cause defects
Cell to cell communication for tissue function
Controlling scar formation as collagen malforms during transitions through the healing cascade
Age, chronic diseases, and infection can degrade the dna of adult stem cells
Therapeutic solutions for eventual translation to the bedside have made rapid advancements using epigenetics. How is your regenerative research program keeping up with the fast pace of changing technology?
Ocis tissue regeneration services brings clinical surgery and bio-printing together with advanced stem cell epigentic modulation and is organized into organ-based sections that can carry out your scientific inquiries within the overall focus of organogenesis, injury repair, tissue regeneration and oncology.