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Salmon fibrin selectively sorts and expands stem cell populations while maintaining the stem-like properties of the cells

See; Zhu P, Zhou Y, Wu F, Hong Y, Wang X, Shekhawat G, Mosenson J, Wu WS. 2017. Selective expansion of skeletal muscle stem cells from bulk muscle cells in soft three-dimensional fibrin gels. Stem Cell Translational Medicine 6(5) :1412-1423.

Salmon fibrin stimulates greater proliferation and differentiation of human neural stem/progenitor cells (hNSPCs) than mammalian fibrin

Salmon fibrin is the optimal extracellular matrix for proliferation and differentiation of human neural stem/progenitor cells (hNSPCs).

Salmon Fibrin, the Optimal ECM for BBB Studies

Blood-brain barrier (BBB) disruption is characteristic of many neurological disorders. Salmon thrombin, a component of a salmon fibrin ECM, (SEA-133 & SEA-135) blocks BBB breakdown, and fortifies endothelial barriers.

Salmon thrombin is an effective analgesic for 2nd° burns

At the University of New England rats received 2nd° burns followed by a single application of salmon thrombin, morphine, or vehicle to the burn site