Therapeutic Hypobaric Normoxia for Hypertension

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Researchers at the University of Alberta are developing a non-invasive therapy to alter systemic vascular resistance by using hypobaric normoxia/hyperoxia as an adjuvant to standard medical therapy. Preliminary results studies in mouse models have shown that the therapy enhances arterial vasodilation, increases cardiac output, and lowers effective systemic vascular resistance without changing systemic mean arterial […]

TEC EDMONTON’S ECONOMIC OUTCOMES DATA: ACCELERATOR USERS DO BETTER

When Chris Lumb arrived at TEC Edmonton in 2010, he brought with him a culture of accountability.

“I came from the private sector,” says the CEO of Startup Canada’s #1 ranked business incubator. “Being accountable to investors, suppliers and customers was critical.

“TEC Edmonton is a not-for-profit joint venture, which is partially funded by all three levels […]

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Method For Generation of Neuronal Cells From Pluripotent Stem Cells

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Researchers at the University of Alberta are developing a method to generate cells of central nervous system that include neuronal, astrocyte and glial cells from induced pluripotent stem cells. The invention involves a highly efficient and reliable process for differentiating induced pluripotent stem cells to neuronal cells without the use of feeder cells or embryoid […]

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