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Cell Catcher: kidney cells from wee

Encelo secured Innovation in Paediatrics grant "Cell catcher: developing a new method for cell isolation and preservation from urine samples of Bardet-Biedl Syndrome disease patients" from Kidney Research UK, in collaboration with UCL Great Ormond Street Hospital Institute of Child Health, to build and test the first functional prototype of the Cell Catcher. Press release can be found here


Innovation in Urine Cell Collection & Biobanking

Interview with Encelo's CEO Dr. Katia Nazmutdinova on How Simplicity Can Solve the Most Complex of Problems, by By Teresa Murray for Healthtech and Giant Health co Conference. Full story here

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Encelo: solution with the most potential

Encelo got picked as a start-up with most potential at Beanstalks competition at Giant Health exhibition (London, 2021). 

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Cell Catcher: new method to extract and preserve live cells from urine

Results of the clinical validation of the Cell Catcher (beta) - showcased at the Otto Wolf Symposium, UCL Great Ormond Street Hospital Institute of child health. Poster

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