NewsDeveloping a nanofilm-based ‘cell cage’ technology

24th June 2021by admin0
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A research team, led by Prof. Nathaniel S. Hwang and
Prof. Byung-gee Kim, from Seoul National University (SNU) and Prof.
Dong Yun Lee, from Hanyang University, has used enzymatic
crosslinking to create nanofilms on cell surfaces. SNU has
announced that it has developed a “cell caging” technology for
application in cell-based therapies. The ‘cell caging’ technique
can prevent immune rejection during heterologous islet cell
transplantation, facilitate smooth cell insulin secretion, and
treat type 1 diabetic patients without
immunosuppressants.

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