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About SmartCells

SmartCells is developing a modified version of insulin for diabetics.

SmartCells Headquarter Location

100 Cummings Center Suite 419E

Beverly, Massachusetts, 01915,

United States


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SmartCells Patents

SmartCells has filed 20 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Amines
  • Carbohydrate chemistry
  • Carbohydrates
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Ketones, Ureas, Amines, Organic reactions, Organic chemistry


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Ketones, Ureas, Amines, Organic reactions, Organic chemistry



Latest SmartCells News

MelliCell Appoints Dr. Todd Zion, Founder of SmartCells and Akston Biosciences, to Advisory Board

Jul 8, 2021

07/08/2021 | 03:08pm EDT Message : *Required fields NEWTON, Mass., July 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MelliCell, a startup dedicated to reversing obesity and type 2 diabetes by targeting fat cells, has announced today the close of its pre-seed round and the appointment of Todd Zion, Ph.D., President and CEO of Akston Biosciences, as a member of its advisory board. Dr. Zion brings business, diabetes, and bioscience expertise to the board. Prior to his current role at Akston Biosciences, Dr. Zion was the founder and CEO of SmartCells, where he led the development of the first glucose-regulated insulin formulation, SmartInsulin. Dr. Zion took the diabetes-focused company from founding in 2003 to an acquisition in 2010. "Dr. Zion is a wonderful addition to our advisory board as we pursue our goal to cure diabetes and obesity," said Dr. Prince Nnah, CEO of MelliCell. "Our company was founded at the beginning of the pandemic, and the devastation left in the wake of COVID-19 has made it clear that the need to address metabolic diseases is more urgent than ever before. We are grateful to all of our investors and advisors, like Dr. Zion, who support our efforts to get to the root of obesity and diabetes." Since its inception in 2020, MelliCell's unique approach to tackling metabolic diseases has garnered excitement and support from industry leaders and investors. Joined in its most recent funding round was Kensington Capital and other angel investors. MelliCell's next funding round, a series seed, is planned for the third quarter this year. "MelliCell has a vision and a novel approach that could revolutionize the treatment of the disease," said Dr. Zion. "I am thrilled to be in this role supporting them." About MelliCell Inc. is a biotechnology company founded in 2020 to cure obesity and type 2 diabetes. MelliCell uses proprietary technology to recreate human fat cells and test therapies for the diseases. The company is in its early funding stages and is interested in investing and partnership opportunities to further their mission to develop therapeutics that solve diabetes and obesity. If you are interested in learning more or joining their cause, please contact Prince Nnah at . For media requests, please contact . For the most up to date information about MelliCell's efforts to cure diabetes and obesity, find them on LinkedIn at  or visit . View original content to download multimedia: SOURCE MelliCell Inc

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