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We are the leading company in the storage of mesenchymal stem cells from different sources of the body.

We carry out a very simple process in which we collect the mesenchymal stem cells, with which we will work so that in the future they can have them, either to preserve the health of yourself or your direct family.

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Placenta
Umbilical Cord
Dental Pulp
Adipose Tissue

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Placenta

The human body is surprising, so much it possesses the source of its own health and wellness inside: Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Recent scientific breakthroughs have allowed to harvest these stem cells from our body and store them so they can be available whenever we need them.

Where do we get them?

One of the sources is the placenta tissue. These cells are collected after delivery through a non-invasive process that does not involve harm to the new born baby or the mother.1,2,5

What is their reproduction rate?

These cells have a high capacity to reproduce (multiply) so we can obtain a large number of them and maintain their availability for several years.3,4

What other cell type can they differentiate into?

Mesenchymal stem cells have the capacity to differentiate into other cells of the body giving them the potential to regenerate tissues and organs like:3,5,6

  • Bone cells
  • Cartilage cells
  • Heart cells
  • Neurons

What are their uses?

Placenta tissue mesenchymal stem cells have been studied and considered for their use as therapeutic alternatives in:3,4,6

  • Alzheimer
  • Liver damage
  • Heart infraction
  • Lung fibrosis
  • Osteogenesis imperfecta
  • Bone lesions
  • Bone diseases

References:

1. Anelise Bergmann Araujo 1,2, Gabrielle Días Salton 1, Juliana Monteiro Furlan 1, Natália Scheider 2, Melissa Helena Angel 1, Álvaro Macedo Laureano 3, Lúcia Silla 3, Eduardo Pandolfi Passos 2 and Ana Helena Paz 2. Comparison of human mesenchymal stromal cells from four neonatal tissues: Amniotic membrane, chorionic membrane, placental decidua and umbilical cord (2017). Cytotherapy, Vol 19: 577–585

2. Naimisha Beeravolu1,2, Christina McKee1,2, Ali Alamri1,2, Sasha Mikhael3, Christina Brown1,2, Mick Perez-Cruet2,4, G. Rasul Chaudhry1,2. Isolation and Characterization of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells from Human Umbilical Cord and Fetal Placenta (2017). Journal of Visualized Experiments (122), e55224.

3. Alessandra Fierabracci†, Lorenza Lazzari, Maurizio Muraca & Ornella Parolini. How far are we from the clinical use of placental derived mesenchymal stem cells? (2014). Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy, Vol 15(5):613-617.

4. Gary Brooke,1* Tony Rossetti,1* Rebecca Pelekanos,1 Nina Ilic,2 Patricia Murray,1 Sonia Hancock,1 Vicki Antonenas, 3 Gillian Huang,3 David Gottlieb, 3 Ken Bradstock3 and Kerry Atkinson. Manufacturing of human placenta-derived mesenchymal stem cells for clinical trials (2008). British Journal of Haematology, Vol 144, 571–579.

5. Maira S Oliveira, João B Barreto-Filho. Placental-derived stem cells: Culture, differentiation and challenges (2015). World Journal Stem Cells, Vol 7(4): 769-775.

6. Chiho Ikebe and Ken Suzuki. Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Regenerative Therapy: Optimization of Cell Preparation Protocols. Hindawi Publishing Corporation BioMed Research International, Vol 2014; 11.

Umbilical Cord Tissue

The human body is surprising, so much it possesses the source of its own health and wellness inside: Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Recent scientific breakthroughs have allowed to harvest these stem cells from our body and store them so they can be available whenever we need them.

Where do we get them?

One of the sources is the umbilical cord tissue. These cells are collected after delivery through a non-invasive process that does not involve harm to the new born baby or the mother.1,2

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What is their reproduction rate?

These cells have a high capacity to reproduce (multiply) so we can obtain a large number of them and maintain their availability for several years.1,2

What other cell type can they differentiate into?

Umbilical Cord mesenchymal stem cells have the capacity to differentiate into other cells of the body giving them the potential to regenerate tissues and organs like:2,3,4

  • Bone cells
  • Cartilage cells
  • Heart Cells
  • Neurons

What are their uses?

Umbilical Cord mesenchymal stem cells have been studied and considered for their use as therapeutic alternatives in:1,3,4

  • Muscoleskeletal disorders
  • Systemic lupus erythermatosus
  • Bone lesions

References:

1. Alicja Zajdel*, Magdalena Kałucka, Edyta Kokoszka-Mikołaj and Adam Wilczok. Osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue and Wharton’s jelly of the umbilical cord (2017). Acta Biochimica Polonica, Vol. 64, 2: 365–369.

2. Chun Chen 1, 2, Zhiguo Qu3, Xiaoguang Yin2, Chunyu Shang 1, Qiang Ao4, YongQuan Gu 5 and Ying Liu 2, 6. Efficacy of umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cell-based therapy for osteonecrosis of the femoral head: A three-year follow-up study (2016). Molecular Medicine Reports Vol 14: 4209-4215.

3. Chiho Ikebe and Ken Suzuki. Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Regenerative Therapy: Optimization of Cell Preparation Protocols. Hindawi Publishing Corporation BioMed Research International, Vol 2014; 11.

4. Christopher D. Phillips, Pornpatcharin Wongsaisri, Thein Htut and Terry Grossman. Purified umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cell treatment in a case of systemic lupus erythematosus (2017). Phillips et al. Clinical and Translational Medicine; 6:31.

Tooth (Dental Pulp)

The human body is surprising, so much it possesses the source of its own health and wellness inside: Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Recent scientific breakthroughs have allowed to harvest these stem cells from our body and store them so they can be available whenever we need them.

Where do we get them?

One of the sources is the dental pulp. These cells can be collected in two ways:1

  • Tooth extraction (i.e. wisdom teeth)
  • Natural replacement (Decidous teeth or primary teeth)
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What is their reproduction rate?

These cells have a high capacity to reproduce (multiply) so we can obtain a large number of them and maintain their availability for several years.1,2

What other cell type can they differentiate into?

Mesenchymal stem cells have the capacity to differentiate into other cells of the body giving them the potential to regenerate tissues and organs like:1

  • Bone cells
  • Cartilage cells
  • Heart Cells
  • Neurons

What are their uses?

Dental pulp mesenchymal stem cells have been studied and considered for their use as therapeutic alternatives in:1,2

  • Peridontal Disease
  • Cleft lip and palate
  • Revitalization of necrotic pulp
  • Dental implants
  • Dental regeneration

References:

1. Athina Bakopoulou and Imad About. Stem Cells of Dental Origin: Current Research Trends and Key Milestones towards Clinical Application (2016). Hindawi Publishing Corporation Stem Cells International, Vol 2016: 20.

2. Chiho Ikebe and Ken Suzuki. Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Regenerative Therapy: Optimization of Cell Preparation Protocols. Hindawi Publishing Corporation BioMed Research International, Vol 2014; 11.

Adipose Tissue

The human body is surprising, so much it possesses the source of its own health and wellness inside: Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Recent scientific breakthroughs have allowed to harvest these stem cells from our body and store them so they can be available whenever we need them.

Where do we get them?

One of the sources is the adipose tissue. These cells can be collected in two ways:1

  • Liposuction on any fat body zone (i.e. abdominal fat)
  • Bichat bags Extraction

What is their reproduction rate?

These cells have a high capacity to reproduce (multiply) so we can obtain a large number of them and maintain their availability for several years.2,4

What other cell type can they differentiate into?

Mesenchymal stem cells have the capacity to differentiate into other cells of the body giving them the potential to regenerate tissues and organs like:1,2,3,4

  • Bone cells
  • Cartilage cells
  • Heart Cells
  • Neurons

What are their uses?

Adipose tissue mesenchymal stem cells have been studied and considered for their use as therapeutic alternatives in:2,3,4

  • Chron's Disease
  • Maxilar Reconstruction
  • Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
  • Critical ischemia in extremities of patients with diabetes
  • Skin regeneration

References:

1. Christopher R. Fellows 1, CsabaMatta1, 2, RozaZakany2, IlyasM.Khan3 and Ali Mobasheri1. Adipose, Bone Marrow and Synovial Joint-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells for cartilage repair (2016). Frontiers in Genetics, Vol 7: 20.

2. Louis Casteilla, Valérie Planat-Benard, Patrick Laharrague, Béatrice Cousin. Adipose-derived stromal cells: Their identity and uses in clinical trials, an update (2011). World J Stem Cells, Vol 26; 3(4): 25-33.

3. Yan Xu,1,2 Shilei Guo,1,2 CuiWei,1 Honglan Li,1 Lei Chen,1 Chang Yin,1 and Chuansen Zhang2. The Comparison of Adipose Stem Cell and Placental Stem Cell in Secretion Characteristics and in Facial Antiaging (2016). Hindawi Publishing Corporation Stem Cells International, Vol 2016: 14.

4. Chiho Ikebe and Ken Suzuki. Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Regenerative Therapy: Optimization of Cell Preparation Protocols. Hindawi Publishing Corporation BioMed Research International, Vol 2014; 11.