The long-standing challenge of counting tissue stem cells specifically and accurately is met by Asymmetrex’s Kinetic Stem Cell Counting technology. In March 2020, Asymmetrex Director James Sherley presented the latest advance in the technology at the Perinatal Stem Cell Society’s Annual Congress in Salt Lake City, Utah. In the following video of his presentation, he describes both the theory and the practice of counting perinatal and postnatal tissue stem cells.
Director James Sherley M.D., Ph.D. visits COAACH at North Carolina A&T State University to talk with future biotech entrepreneurs about the principles of biotechnology commercialization illustrated with the origin story of Asymmetrex.
Listen to the talk here.
Dr. James L. Sherley speaks at the 5th Annual Perinatal Stem Cell Society Congress in Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 28-March 1, 2019. His talk was about the continued development of a first technology for specific and accurate counting of perinatal and postnatal tissue stem cells. Watch the video below to learn more.
Watch and listen to Director Sherley present at the Cell & Gene Exchange in Washington, DC on May 23, 2017. In this video, you will learn more about the need for stem cell counting and how Asymmetrex’s technologies provide a solution for this overwhelming need and more.
In December 2017, Asymmetrex Director James Sherley presented his new biological concept, “Stem Cell Memory” in the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of Henry Stewart Talks. Here is a link to the “Stem Cell Memory” video presentation.
Watch Asymmetrex founder Dr. James Sherley, M.D., Ph.D., speak at the 5th World Congress on Cell and Stem Cell Research in Chicago on March 23, 2015 (click either video to starting watching). In the first video, Director Sherley discusses, “adult stem cell limitations in current regenerative medicine clinical trials.” In the second video, Director Sherley talks about “the importance of Asymmetrex’s stem cell technology principle – asymmetric self-renewal – in stem cell medical engineering.”