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The Tisch MS Research Center of New York is dedicated to finding the cause and cure of .
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Tisch MS Research Feb 14
Love is in the air! Valentine's Day is the perfect time to repost this picture as a precious reminder to always spread the love!
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Tisch MS Research Feb 13
Today, we take you into the Prep Room! Here, materials are stocked so the Tisch MSRCNY team can collect the items that they need to manufacture as they enter the cleanrooms.
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For the international celebration of women & girls in , we revisited an interview with an amazing female researcher - Dr Violaine Harris from of New York. Just one of many women making great contributions to research
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Tisch MS Research Feb 11
Happy ! Check out this post from , which features our very own Dr. Harris. We are proud to have 3 female Principal Investigators leading the way in MS research! To watch the interview, visit .
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Tisch MS Research Feb 8
Spin, spin, spin! Pictured here is a centrifuge, which is used to spin cells and separate different components for testing.
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Tisch MS Research Feb 5
Gong Hei Fat Choy! Gong Xi Fa Cai! 2019 is the Year of the Pig, which represents fortune and luck. Wishing great happiness and prosperity to everyone celebrating !
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Tisch MS Research Feb 4
Check out the Tisch MSRCNY storage area. Here, materials are stored in bulk to make sure that we have the proper amount of approved materials to manufacture . The materials are replenished to the prep room as needed.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 28
Not your everyday vacuum! This vacuum pump is used to withdraw gas from the isolators to maintain appropriate pressure.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 24
It's , so we thought we would take this opportunity to tell YOU -- our followers, supporters, patients and friends -- how wonderful you all are! Thank you for your continued support.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 23
Located in our Quality Control Laboratory, the fume hood is where we use volatile chemicals to test the stem cells. This hood filters the hazardous chemicals and makes sure the chemicals aren't exposed to the room air.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 22
Replying to @Tisch_MS
The exosome treatment had an anti-inflammatory effect both in rats and in an accompanying cell culture study. Further investigation is needed to determine whether stem cell exosomes have the potential for clinical treatment. (4/4)
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Tisch MS Research Jan 22
Replying to @Tisch_MS
They found that rats treated with exosomes, particularly high dosages, had better behavioral scores, healthier weights, and less inflammation and demyelination than untreated EAE rats. (3/4)
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Tisch MS Research Jan 22
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Researchers extracted exosomes, a part of a cell involved in intercellular signaling, from bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells. They treated rats with EAE (a common animal model of ) with varying levels of these exosomes. (2/4)
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Tisch MS Research Jan 22
RTT – Tuesdays & Thursdays – brings you the latest from our lab. At Journal Club, our experts sat down to discuss a paper on exosomes derived from mesenchymal stem cells. (1/4)
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Tisch MS Research Jan 18
Tisch MSRCNY will be closed on Monday, January 21st, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 17
at Tisch MSRCNY: The Quality Control (QC) Laboratory is where we test our stem cells for release to the patients.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 15
Replying to @Tisch_MS
predisposition for MS. This study found that 7/10 patients receiving the treatment demonstrated neurological improvement. No serious adverse effects were reported, but further investigation is required to determine the clinical efficacy of this treatment.
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Tisch MS Research Jan 15
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Researchers were able to use patient blood samples to produce cytotoxic T cells that specifically target cells infected with EBV, a virus found in almost all patients with MS. Many people have inactive EBV infections, but activation of the virus is linked with a
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Tisch MS Research Jan 15
RTT – Research Tuesdays & Thursdays – brings you the latest from our lab. At Journal Club, our experts sat down to discuss a paper on Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) specific T cell therapy for patients with progressive .
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Tisch MS Research Jan 14
All materials used to manufacture stem cells must first be documented & inspected by quality assurance before being released for use. The cage is locked to make sure staff can't access the materials until a proper inspection has taken place.
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