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histogen

[′his·tə·jən]
(botany)
A clearly delimited region or primary tissue from which the specific parts of a plant organ are thought to be produced.
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Allergan's medical aesthetics portfolio, global footprint, history and commitment to developing innovative aesthetic products makes them ideally suited to realize the maximum potential of the Regenica growth factor technology for continued innovation in skin-care," said Gail Naughton of Histogen.
Histogen is developing products from cells grown under simulated embryonic conditions, including low oxygen and suspension.
She founded Histogen in 2007, focused on developing therapies that work to stimulate the stem cells in the body to regenerate tissues and organs.
The takeover of Histogen will aid Stratus Mediaa[euro](tm)s expansion into the biotechnology industry, especially into the aesthetics and therapeutics fields, the company said in a press release.
Under the terms of the non-binding LoI, the acquisition will result into the creation of Restorgenex Corporation with headquarters in San Diego and Histogen as its wholly-owned subsidiary.
The takeover of Histogen will aid Stratus Media's expansion into the biotechnology industry, especially into the aesthetics and therapeutics fields, the company said in a press release.
DBC's portfolio includes construction at noted facilities such as The San Diego Science Center, The Scripps Research Institute, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, and the Burnham Institute for Medical Research and USD, and is currently under contract to both SAFC Pharma[TM] which is a FDA validated cGMP project and Histogen, Inc.
Dean of the College of Business Administration at San Diego State University and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Histogen, Inc.