April 2010
Worldwide Biotech;Apr2010, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p2
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The article reports on the results of a pre-clinical study of the proprietary C-Cath (r) catheter which is under development to administer a range of bio-therapeutics to the heart, conducted by Cardio3 BioSciences. The research revealed an increased retention rate of cells within the heart muscle when using C-Cath which could reduce the administered dose while increasing the product's potency. The results support an earlier study showing improved retention of microparticles and a rage of cell-20 types using C-Cath.


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