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Bio insurance for adults


Bio insurance programs can be tailored to your needs and quality of life expectations.

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Safe stem cells

Bio insurance for adults

One of the causes of aging is a sharp decrease in the number and potential of human stem cells which makes it impossible to induce physiological regeneration of tissues and organs. We have found a solution to this problem. By preserving your own stem cells obtained at a young age, you will prolong your youth and also protect yourself from the possible development of hereditary, chronic diseases, or injuries.
Our advantages:
own cells bank; laboratory of cell cultures and tissues with all necessary equipment; minimally invasive method; one biopsy procedure — three types of stem cells (fibroblasts, mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue, and neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells); extraction and cultivation of stem cells; creation of a master bank of your stem cells; all cell types are tested for infections; testing of all cell types for compliance with the determination criteria (phenotype, ability to form colonies, the potential of differentiation); logistics included.

Safe stem cells

We guarantee the preservation of high quality, reliable, and well-characterized stem cells

Mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are non-hematopoietic multipotent stem cells with fibroblastic morphology that express CD90, CD105, CD73 antigens and are negative for CD14, CD34, and CD45, able to differentiate into osteocytes, adipocytes, and chondrocytes. MSCs were first extracted by A. Friedenstein from bone marrow.
Alternative sources of MSCs were later identified, including the umbilical cord, placenta, skin, tooth pulp, adipose tissue, and others.

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    Adipose tissue-derived MSCs are promising candidates for the regenerative medicine challenges for several reasons: ease to harvest and preserve, high proliferation rate and stable doubling time of cell population in comparison to bone marrow MSCs, multilineage differentiation potential, immunotolerance, innate ability induce angiogenic traits, anti-inflammatory properties, either autologous or allogeneic use.

    MSCs extracted from the patient's adipose tissue can be injected directly into the wound, blood, or encapsulated in biomaterials and implanted at the site of injury. MSCs of adipose tissue are used to treat wounds of various etiologies, musculoskeletal disorders, cardiovascular diseases (heart failure, coronary heart disease, ischemic cardiomyopathy, chronic myocardial ischemia), diseases of the nervous system (ischemic stroke, critical limb ischemia), autoimmune diseases (multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sharpe's syndrome), diabetes mellitus.

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Dermal fibroblasts

Fibroblasts are the primary cellular type of connective tissue that produces the extracellular matrix (collagen, glycosaminoglycans, and elastin), maintaining organs and tissues' integrity. Fibroblasts are involved in wound healing, skin aging, scarring, fibrosis. In vitro, fibroblasts exhibit spindle-shaped morphology, express the markers vimentin and CD90, and can differentiate into three mesenchymal lines (adipocytes, chondrocytes, and osteocytes), and even have immunosuppressive properties.

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    Fibroblasts are widely used in cell therapy of skin diseases — they are used to prevent skin aging, treat wounds, including diabetic ulcers and burns, and treat acne scars. In anti-aging therapy, fibroblast injections induce skin regeneration processes, improve the skin's appearance, improve the elasticity and turgor of the skin, and reduce wrinkles. The use of fibroblasts for wound healing is usually performed as a three-dimensional graft with different types of matrices (e.g., collagen or fibronectin) and keratinocytes, which reduces the time of wound healing and scarring. Fibroblast-based therapy is also used in the case of inherited skin diseases such as bullous epidermolysis.

Neural crest-derived stem cells

The neural crest is a temporary structure during the embryonic development of vertebrates that gives rise to numerous types of cells and tissues, including bones, cartilage, smooth muscle, and connective tissue of the skull, tooth tissue, neurons, and glial cells of the peripheral nervous system, melanocytes.

Numerous studies have shown that stem cells with neural crest properties are stored in the hair follicle, skin dermis, adipose tissue, bone marrow, palate, nasal mucosa, tooth pulp, and others.

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    Neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells differ from traditional MSCs by higher migration potential, expression of neural crest markers (SOX2, SOX10, CD271, NESTIN, and CD349), ability for neural and glial differentiation, enriched secretome.

    Neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells can treat multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and wounds.

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