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ReNeuron Group plc
03 May 2022


ReNeuron Group plc

("ReNeuron" or the "Company")


ReNeuron to present at International Society of Cell and Gene Therapy

Dr Randolph Corteling, Vice President of Research invited as guest speaker


ReNeuron Group plc (AIM: RENE), a UK-based leader in Stem Cell and Exosomes Technologies, announces that the Company will be attending the International Society of Cell and Gene Therapy Annual Meeting (ISCT 2022) from the 4-7 May in San Francisco, California. As part of the event, Dr Corteling will be presenting as an exosomes global subject matter expert in two separate sessions:


·    State of the Art in Exosomes (EV) Research: Rigor and Function on Thursday 5 May: 08:45 PDT

·    Neural Stem cell Derived EVs as Novel therapeutic agents on Saturday 7 May: 07:35 PDT


ISCT 2022 brings together a network of leading clinicians, regulators, researchers, technologists and industry partners that aim to translate cell and gene therapies into safe and effective therapies to improve patients' lives worldwide. ISCT 2022 will draw from international experts across industry, academic and regulatory spheres with the purpose of building consensus to drive the field forward through a series of abstracts, presentations, roundtables, workshops and networking. Further information on the event can be found here:


Each year, the ISCT dedicates a full day to a Scientific Signature Series Event to gather key opinion leaders in a chosen field. This year, the chosen field is Exosomes (also known as Extracellular Vesicles or "EVs") and the focus will be on how native EVs of human origin and engineered human EVs are used in clinically relevant animal models or in human trials.


CFO, Catherine Isted, will also be presenting a short corporate presentation as part of the event. This will be the first time the Company has presented its full range of seven conditionally immortalised stem cell lines from which ReNeuron can produce exosomes encompassing four areas of the brain, the retina, liver and pancreas. This highlights how ReNeuron's multiple conditionally immortalised cell lines allow exosomes to be highly customised and optimised for partners specific payloads and targeting needs.


All Company presentations will be made available after the event on the Company's website:









Iain Ross, Chairman

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Catherine Isted, Chief Financial Officer




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About ReNeuron

ReNeuron is a UK based Proprietary Stem Cell based Exosome Technologies company, harnessing its unique stem cell technologies to develop 'off the shelf' treatments for diseases with significant unmet needs.


ReNeuron's stem cell derived proprietary Exosome Technology platform offers a delivery mechanism for a variety of payloads such as siRNA, mRNA, proteins, small molecules and genes. The Company has a growing number of partner collaborations with Global Pharma, Biotech and academic partners in this fast-expanding area of scientific and commercial interest. ReNeuron also has the ability, through its conditionally immortalised induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) platform, to make allogeneic tissue cells of choice and has the potential to produce exosomes with tissue specific targeting ability.


The Company has out-licenced its CTX Programme for stroke disability and hRPC programme in retinitis pigmentosa to Fosun in China and is looking to out-licence both these programmes in other territories.

ReNeuron's shares are traded on the London AIM market under the symbol RENE.L. For further information visit


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