- The stock price of Creative Medical Technology Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: CELZ) increased by 80.77% yesterday as it went from $0.0026 to $0.0047 per share. This is why it happened.
The stock price of Creative Medical Technology Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: CELZ) — a company that engages in stem cell research and developing applications to treat male sexual dysfunction and related issues — increased by 80.77% yesterday as it went from $0.0026 to $0.0047 per share. One of the biggest triggers for the stock price increase is an announcement about the company announcing the successful application of ImmCelz immunotherapy for treatment of stroke.
In an animal model of ischemia stroke, the middle cerebral artery ligation model, administration of ImmCelz resulted in 34% reduction in infarct volume, whereas control bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells reduced infarct volume by 21%. And there were improvements in functional recovery were observed using the Rotarod test.
At 28 days after induction of stroke the animals receiving ImmCelz had superior running time (92% of non-stroke controls) compared to animals that received bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (73% of non-stroke control). And animals that received saline had a running time that was 50% of non-stroke controls.
“The regenerative potential of immune cells that have been programmed by stem cells is a fascinating and novel area of research. Conceptual advantages of using reprogrammed T cells include higher migratory ability due to smaller size, as well as ability to replicate and potentially form “regenerative memory cells.”
— Dr. Amit Patel, coinventor of ImmCelz
“This data, which is covered by our previous filed patents, such as no. 15/987739, Generation of autologous immune modulatory cells for treatment of neurological conditions, demonstrate that immune modulation via this stem cell based method may be a novel and superior way of addressing the $30 billion dollar market for stroke therapeutics. The fact that this technology, which has priority back to 2017, is demonstrating such stunning results, motivates us to consider filing an Investigational New Drug Application for use in stroke.”
— Dr. Thomas Ichim, coinventor of the patent and Chief Scientific Officer of Creative Medical Technology
“While stroke historically has been a major area of unmet medical need, the rise in stroke cases , as well as the fact that younger people are increasingly falling victim to stroke, strongly motivates us to accelerate our developmental programs and to continue to explore participation of Big Pharma in this space. We are eager to replicate the existing experiments start compiling the dossier needed to take ImmCelz into humans using the Investigational New Drug Application (IND) route through the FDA.”
— Timothy Warbington, President and CEO of Creative Medical Technology
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