July 12, 2020

The Niche

Knoepfler lab stem cell blog

stem cell stocks

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I’m putting together a list of stem cell and regenerative medicine biotech companies for a blog post, including both public and private. I’ve got a good list already, but want it to be fairly comprehensive. I’m also curious what readers think are the most promising ones and why. So weigh in with comments please or email me. Ideally, you would indicate if you have an investment in these stocks for the publicly-traded ones. Don’t restrict yourself only to stocks traded on US markets necessarily …Read More

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Happy Stem Cell Day! It is a tumultuous time for the stem cell and regenerative medicine fields, but despite this there are concrete reasons for optimism on this Stem Cell Awareness Day. I’ve listed my top 10 below. What else gives you a sense of optimism? You can also check out CIRM’s nifty stem cell awareness day page too, from which I borrowed the below image. More trials = road to progress. There are more real, robust clinical trials than ever and they are …Read More

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I’ve added a fun and helpful new feature on the right side bar of the blog in the form of a stem cell biotech stock ticker. The ticker is for some of the most widely held stem and cellular medicine companies. A sample screen shot is shown in this post. Quite a few stem cell-related stocks could not be added to this ticker for various reasons including ACTC, Mesoblast, CUR, and others. Yahoo has limits on which stocks can be included based on company …Read More

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It’s difficult to make it as a biotech company, I would say stem cell biotechs in general may have an even rougher time, and one such company,  Intellicell (Intellicell Biosciences, Inc), is showing a number of signs of distress in my opinion. An online financial tool predicts the probability of companies going bankrupt within the next 24 months. For Intellicell it estimates a greater than 96% chance of bankruptcy. By comparison another stem cell biotech, Stem Cells Inc., has a less than 1% change of going bankrupt. How accurate are …Read More