Cell Healing Chip

New Hope for Cell Damage and Repair

It may take some time for human clinical trials on tissue nanotransfection (TNT) to take place as there is usuall some time involved for protocols to be put into place, and the chip itself will take some time to mass produce.

Tissue Nanotransfection What kind of clinical trials could we expect for this revolutionary chip? According to reports, the fist may be for Parkinson's disease and reconstructive surgeries, followed by vascular surgery trials and hope for creating new heart cells.

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Potential for Medical Successes Worldwide

Doctors hopeful for new treatments at low cost

As with any new possible treatment, cautious optimism is the order of the day. OSU's Regenerative Medicine and Cell Based Studies program, led by Dr. Chandan Sen, has created a novel way of building nerve cells, blood vessels, and other body structures out of human skin, and there could be a limitless potential for usage both inside and outside the human body. The ability to transform adult cells fromm one type to another is highly advanced, and offers promise from heart, nerve, brain, and endocrine issues that plague people around the world. Therefore, clinical trials for the TNT chip may be varied and related to specific conditions. These trials would take a good deal of time to set up, and may also involve the requisite double-blind and placebo procedures to be accepted scientifically. In the meantime, if you are suffering from a disease, you should work to avail yourself of the treatments currently available. As promising of a technology that this is, it could still be several years before the trials are widespread in humans, and more years before trials turn to a treatment.