Here’s Why We Love Signaling Molecules

on 06.09.2017 / by Daniel Thrasher / 2 comments in Research, Thoughts

We-Love-Signaling-Molecules

Cells are a lot like people: they have different jobs to do, and they need to work together to get them done. But rather than communicate using text messages or video chats, cells rely on chemical messengers called signaling molecules. Here at Burst Biologics, we make a big deal about signaling molecules. That’s because biologic […]

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We Wished. We Walked. Everyone Won.

on 06.02.2017 / by Victoria Horn / 0 comments in Events

Burst Biologics Walk for Wishes fundraiser

You may have heard through one of our many posts about it, the Burst Biologics team made a run (er, walk?) for it for the Idaho Walk for Wishes fundraiser – and we had a blast! On a sunny Friday evening, several Burst Biologics team members and their friends gathered to walk in their superhero garb. Yes, there […]

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Memorial Day: Things You Didn’t Learn In School

on 05.26.2017 / by Victoria Horn / 0 comments in Events

Memorial Day conjures up different images for everyone. Maybe it’s your Grandfather at the helm of a ship in the Navy, or your Aunt guiding her troops on foot through less-than-reasonable terrain. Even if you don’t have a military background yourself, odds are good you know someone who does. Here at Burst Biologics, Memorial Day […]

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Burst Biologics: Making Wishes Come True

on 05.02.2017 / by Victoria Horn / 0 comments in Events, News

Here at Burst Biologics we care about people; we recruit the best in the field, we develop the most innovative solutions, and we celebrate a strong company culture. Right now, we’re the most excited to celebrate making wishes come true for kids across the country. Wishes are for more than toddlers and storybooks, the Make-A-Wish Foundation […]

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BioBurst Fluid: Latest Clinical Study Underway

on 04.25.2017 / by Hayley Paronish / 0 comments in Events, News, Research

Exciting news for Burst Biologics as we’ve secured approval for our latest clinical study focusing on challenging foot and ankle surgery patients using BioBurst Fluid. This particular clinical study framework was created widely in order to evaluate complex surgeries in challenging patient populations. Most people will suffer from some degree of foot or ankle problems […]

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BioBurst Fluid: extensive spinal fusion clinical study

on 03.27.2017 / by Hayley Paronish / 1 comment in Events, News, Research

BioBurst Fluid

  Burst Biologics is excited to begin the IRB approved multicenter prospective clinical study in spinal fusion patients. BioBurst Fluid, a cellular umbilical cord blood (UCB) derived allograft, has shown very promising results in spinal fusion procedures. Aimed at documenting how spine and neurosurgeons are utilizing Burst Biologics products along with patient outcomes, this study […]

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Dr. Gershon: Success Using Regenerative Medicine

on 03.21.2017 / by Hayley Paronish / 0 comments in BioVid, News, Research, Thoughts

Photo of Dr. Gershon speaking of regenerative medicine

Burst Biologics – Dr. Julian Gershon Success Using Regenerative Medicine REGENERATIVE MEDICINE AND BIOBURST REJUV Owner of the Aspen Institute, Dr. Julian Gershon, sat down and spoke with us about his involvement in the field of regenerative medicine and the benefit of our products at his practice. After finding personal success using BioBurst products, Dr. Gershon made it his […]

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Motor Proteins: Biological engineering at its finest

on 02.28.2017 / by Hayley Paronish / 3 comments in BioVid, Research, Thoughts

motor protein walks along the microtuble

Have you ever wondered what makes your cells divide when they copy themselves? Or, how things get carried from one part of a cell to another? Biological engineering has given us these “peg-legged” looking characters that “carry cargo” all around our cells. These characters, like pictured in the below video by the Hoogendaas Lab, are […]

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Scientific Discovery: The future for gene editing

on 02.08.2017 / by Hayley Paronish / 0 comments in BioCast, News, Thoughts

In Radiolabs podcast, “Antibodies Part 1: CRISPR”  scientists talk about the hidden gem inside some of the world’s smallest organisms. CRISPR could possibly be one of the most powerful tools scientists have ever stumbled across. The excitement rises over this scientific discovery as it explores the future for gene editing and the potential to rewrite the way we change DNA. Why is this so important? […]

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