Center for Cell Therapy and Regeneration Medicine-Team for respiratory

Organization profile

Organisation profile

TMU-CCTRM seeks to integrate TMU resources to perform research in cell therapy and regenerative medicine. The center’s world-class Good Tissue Practice (GTP) laboratory provides a reliable source of cells for clinical research. The center cultivates talents to promote this research focus in cell therapy and regenerative medicine. The cross-disciplinary teams have integrated for cell therapy application in the different indications. Teams for (1) Respiratory ; (2) Alveolar bone regeneration ; (3) Neuroregeneration ; (4) Ophthalmology ; (5) Difficult wound care ; (6) Immune cell cancer therapy.

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Asthma Medicine & Life Sciences
Vehicle Emissions Medicine & Life Sciences
Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptors Medicine & Life Sciences
immunoglobulin G Agriculture & Biology
Autophagy Medicine & Life Sciences
Proteomics Medicine & Life Sciences
proteomics Agriculture & Biology
Cytokines Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2018 2018

  • 1 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
  • 4 Article
1 Citations

Aryl hydrocarbon receptor activation by diesel exhaust particles mediates epithelium-derived cytokines expression in severe allergic asthma

Weng, C. M., Wang, C. H., Lee, M. J., He, J. R., Huang, H. Y., Chao, M. W., Chung, K. F. & Kuo, H-P., Jan 1 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Allergy: European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Vehicle Emissions
Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptors

Autophagy regulates vinorelbine sensitivity due to continued Keap1-mediated ROS generation in lung adenocarcinoma cells

Wu, Y-W., Lin, C-F., Lin, Y-S., Su, W-C. & Chiu, W-H., 2018, In : Cell Death Discovery. 5, p. 33

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Antioxidant Response Elements
Drug Therapy
Physiological Stress

Endotypes of severe allergic asthma patients who clinically benefit from anti-IgE therapy

Huang, Y. C., Weng, C. M., Lee, M. J., Lin, S. M., Wang, C. H. & Kuo, H-P., Jan 1 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Clinical and Experimental Allergy.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

anti-IgE antibodies