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A Method of Treating Fibrosis and Cancer across Organ Systems
This technology is directed to a method of treating fibrosis and cancer comprising targeting circulating cells. Researchers identified mechanoresponsive myeloid subpopulations present in fibrotic and healthy tissue. Certain subpopulations of circulating cells have been implicated in the processes of cancer and fibrosis. These subpopulations are subsequently...
Published: 1/10/2024   |   Inventor(s): Geoffrey Gurtner, Kellen Chen
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Therapeutics
Nanoparticles for UV-Free Activation of Photochemical Reactions
This technology involves the implementation of materials and methods that allows activation of photochemical reactions using safe, near-infrared radiation. This "silent" near infrared (NIR) to UV upconversion can be incorporated in many promising technologies currently deemed unsafe or incompatible with biomedical use by eliminating residual...
Published: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): Marek Romanowski, Peter Dawson
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing
Sugar-Based Low Molecular Weight Hydrogels from Alkyl Glycolipids
University of Arizona researchers have created sugar-based low molecular weight hydrogels that spontaneously self-assemble through weak, noncovalent intermolecular interactions. These gels are thixotropic, biocompatible, and biodegradable. Despite being held together through non-covalent interactions, these hydrogels exhibit greater mechanical strength...
Published: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Laurel Kegel, Yu-Cheng Wang
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Remediation, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > MEMS & Nanotechnology, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Dermatology, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Musculoskeletal Disorders, Orthopedics/Bone, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Regenerative Medicine / Tissue Engineering, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Drug Delivery, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biocompatible, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biomaterials, Technology Classifications > Materials > Nanomaterials, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices > Therapeutic
Injectable Protein-Based Hydrogels with Ligand-Mediated Reinforcement for Long-Term In Vivo Applications
This technology is a protein-based hydrogel that uses cross-links to self-assemble after injection. The technology addresses the issue with in vivo use of hydrogels by merging the biocompatability of a protein hydrogel with a reinforced rupture force typically found in chemical hydrogels. An injectable hydrogel with these properties has immense potential...
Published: 2/1/2024   |   Inventor(s): Minkyu Kim, David Knoff
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biocompatible
Underwater Adhesives
This technology provides a method for underwater adhesion through the use of a masked compound that, when exposed to water, forms covalent bonds with surfaces containing phenols. Background: It is extremely difficult to repair cracked or broken surfaces that are exposed to water (i.e. boat hulls, swimming pools, human tissues, etc.) without the...
Published: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): John Jewett
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing > Construction, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Materials > Composites
Smart Textile to Predict Diabetic Foot Ulcer
This invention is a movable, washable smart textile that can measure abnormalities in pressure and temperature when a patient walks on it. The textile can analyze the data and send alerts to the patient when abnormalities suggest the presence of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) and/or the likelihood of falls or other injuries. Background: Demand for new...
Published: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): Bijan Najafi, David Armstrong, Manish Bharara
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Diabetes, Metabolism, Endocrinology & Obesity, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Technology Classifications > Software & Information Technology > Health IT, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices > Diagnostic