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XT-Thrive and X-Therma: Next Generation cryopreservation to help advance Cell and Gene Therapies
The world has been waiting for the next scientific breakthrough in cryopreservation. Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a by-product of the wood industry, has been in use
X-Therma Completes NSF Program With Flying Colors
X-Therma is proud to announce an important milestone on our journey toward enabling more and better organ transplants and off-the-shelf regenerative medicine therapies: Our company
Creating time: How emulating nature can help us improve outcomes for organ transplant patients
I have spent my life thinking about time. How to pause it. How to create more of it. How to extend it, so that people
Fixing the Regenerative Medicine Supply Chain
Arthi Shridhar of X-Therma provides valuable insight into fixing the regenerative medicine supply chain.
A Wonderful Celebration of Our Seventh Anniversary
What a wonderful celebration of the 7th anniversary we had on Halloween weekend! We truly appreciate the commitment and contribution of our dedicated team and
From Arctic Fish To New Cell Therapy Preservation Technologies
Cryopreservation should maintain the function and viability of organs and cell therapies, but the process is riddled with challenges. Can nature-inspired proteins make a difference?
Improving Health Equity Through Worldwide Organ Sharing
The organ transplantation field has experienced numerous barriers which have contributed to the creation of organ accessibility issues worldwide. To help tackle these challenges, X-Therma
Taking the Toxins Out of Cell Therapy Storage: A New Cryopreservation Molecule
The preservation of living cells and tissues is an often-underappreciated obstacle in the clinical lab. Cryogenic temperatures attempt to address this challenge by minimizing biochemical
Emerging Therapies Face Development Hurdles
While traditional biologics continue to see strong market demand, the need for emerging therapies, such as regenerative medicines, has also given rise to a burgeoning