This proposed technology is intended to be
used by any and all individuals who are unable to kneel in at-home settings.
As the large Baby-Boomer generation reaches elderly ages,
there becomes an increasing demand for joint health care. Many individuals that are affected
by knee osteoarthritis... Read More
This novel harness is intended for
gait-training and rehabilitation in a clinical and/or private setting. The
technology may also have applications for research and recreational purposes.
In the United States alone, nearly 800,000
people suffer from a stroke and about 185,000 people need lower... Read More
at the University of Delaware have devised an innovative and novel method of amplifying
magnitude and duration of transgene expression. This method uses the collagen mimetic
(CMP) mediated delivery of non-viral DNA from collagen containing scaffolds.
of the polyplex used is variable, allowing customized release of the... Read More
This is a technology to better
detect circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in cancer patients and treat the liquid
biopsies to differentiate women at risk for the metastatic disease.
Statistics demonstrate that about
15 million people in the United States are affected with cancer today. The
point at which the cancer breaks away from the primary tumor... Read More
present a novel modular approach for the creation of functional salivary cell
that can be co-assembled into a larger 3D-ST (3D salivary neo-tissue) hydrogel
for direct implantation
into patients. Specifically, biomimetic matrices providing defined biological
cues can be constructed from these building blocks: (1) chemically modified... Read More
proposed technology is an injectable device for the repair of damaged tissue.
The device is comprised of a polymer scaffold coated with synthetic
proteoglycans derived from the perlecan of a mouse, rat, or human. These
proteoglycans, with at least one glycosaminoglycan chain attached, retain the
ability of perlecan to bind and present heparin-binding growth... Read More