RenovaCare Establishes Leadership Position in Cell Isolation and Spray Technology with Newly Awarded U.S. Patent

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RenovaCare, Inc. (Symbol: RCAR;, developer of patented cell therapy technologies for the regeneration of skin and tissues, today announced the award of a new SkinGun™ patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (US Patent No. 11,135,380). The latest RenovaCare patent demonstrates the Company’s commitment to developing new products and expanding its proprietary cell isolation and spray technology platforms to now include biologics and drug delivery.

Today’s announcement follows numerous technological breakthroughs at RenovaCare and expansion of the Company’s intellectual property portfolio, with additional patents granted in the United States, Australia, Canada, and select European and Asian jurisdictions.

“RenovaCare has adopted a global IP strategy focused on investing in technology and broadening our commercial opportunities domestically and abroad,” stated Dr. Kaiyo Nedd, RenovaCare CEO and President. “A stronger patent portfolio better secures our technology from third-party appropriation and infringement while enhancing the value of our corporate assets.”

The RenovaCare SkinGun™ was designed to provide a non-invasive gentle cell spray to facilitate burn wound healing. Its expanding patent portfolio creates additional commercial opportunities in cell therapies, biologics, drug delivery, and other areas, allowing for strategic business alliances with potential partner companies.

“The RenovaCare patent portfolio is comprised of eight patent families spanning the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Having already successfully defended its IP portfolio, the Company has issued patents extending to 2037. Issued patents include cell isolation techniques for skin and other tissues and a cell spray gun that is highly effective in spraying various biologically compatible liquids and cell suspensions of all types. RenovaCare owns all technology developed and under development and has not in-licensed any technology, which increases the value of our IP,” stated Dr. Rodney Sparks, VP of Intellectual Property at RenovaCare.

RenovaCare was granted full Investigational Device Exemption by the FDA in May 2021, enabling the Company to conduct a clinical trial to evaluate the safety and feasibility of its SkinGun™ and CellMist™ System. The CELLMIST 1 clinical trial utilizes the RenovaCare SkinGun™ and CellMist™ System to topically administer autologous skin cells onto deep second-degree thermal burn wounds in adults to facilitate healing.

The CELLMIST 1 clinical trial is ongoing and screening patients for enrollment in the United States.

Further details of the CELLMIST 1 clinical study with the RenovaCare Electronic SkinGun™ spray device and CellMist™ System can be found at

About RenovaCare
RenovaCare, Inc. is developing new generation autologous stem cell therapies for the regeneration of human organs and tissues. The Company’s initial product under development targets the body’s largest organ, the skin. The Company’s flagship technology, the CellMist™ System, renders single-cell suspensions of tissue-specific pluripotent cells from donor tissues through sequential protease digestions. The RenovaCare CellMist™ System facilitates rapid healing of wounds or other afflicted tissues when applied topically as a gentle cell mist using the patented RenovaCare SkinGun™. The Company’s SkinGun™ is used to spray a liquid suspension of a patient’s stem cells – the CellMist™ Solution – on to wounds.

Development for next-generation biomedical technologies and devices for addressing unmet medical needs and commercialization is taking place at the RenovaCare R&D Innovation Center, located at StemCell Systems in Berlin, Germany. The Innovation Center houses dedicated RenovaCare cell biology laboratories; additional engineering, fabrication, prototyping and performance testing facilities; and product design studios for medical devices and biomedical products. Experienced contract bioengineers, cell biologists, and support staff work under the direction of a team of MD-PhDs who are experts in regenerative medicine, new product development, and clinical translation.

RenovaCare products are currently in development. They are not available for sale in the United States. There is no assurance that the Company’s planned or filed submissions to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be accepted or cleared by the FDA.

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