Membrane Utilizes through Allogenic Stem Cell transplantation

Author(s): Nina Watson

The use of stem cells and cell therapies, especially autologous cell therapies, is becoming more and more common. However, inventive engineering must be used to reduce the prohibitively high cost of these therapies in order for these technologies to be put into widespread clinical use. Membranes have the potential to revolutionize the bioprocessing and production of cellular products as well as significantly lower the price of autologous cell therapies. The expansion of CAR-T cells, the production of various human stem cells, and the production of extracellular vesicles (EVs) through the use of hollow fibre membrane bioreactors are examples of successful membrane applications.