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Bio insurance for adults


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Safe stem cells

Bio insurance for adults

A sharp decrease in the number of stem cells and a decline in their potential is one of the causes of aging. Such changes reduce the possibility of physiological regeneration of tissues and organs. The bio insurance program solves this problem. Preservation of stem cells in youth will help maintain health and protect yourself from the development of hereditary, chronic diseases, or injuries.
Our advantages:
own cell bank; laboratory of cell cultures and tissues with all the necessary equipment; minimally invasive method; obtaining three types of stem cells: dermal fibroblasts, mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue, and multipotent stem cells derived from neural crest in one procedure; isolation and cultivation of stem cells; creation of a personal master bank of stem cells; checking cells for infectious lesions; testing of all types of cells for compliance with the definition criteria: phenotype, ability to form colonies, the potential for differentiation; logistics is included in the cost of the service.

Safe stem cells

We guarantee the reliable preservation of high quality stem cells

Mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are non-hematopoietic multipotent stem cells with fibroblast morphology. These cells can differentiate into adipocytes, chondrocytes, and osteocytes. For the first time, MSCs were isolated from the bone marrow by Friedenstein.

Later, alternative sources of MSC were discovered, including the umbilical cord, placenta, skin, dental pulp, adipose tissue, etc.

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    MSCs from adipose tissue are widely used in regenerative medicine for several reasons: ease of collection of material and isolation of cells; high proliferation rate and stable doubling of the cell population time compared to bone marrow MSC; potential for multi-line differentiation; immunotolerance; innate ability to induce angiogenesis; anti-inflammatory properties; possibility of autologous and allogeneic use.
    MSCs isolated from the patient's adipose tissue can be directly injected into the wound, blood, or encapsulated in biomaterials and implanted at the site of injury. These cells are used to treat wounds of various etiologies, musculoskeletal system disorders, cardiovascular diseases, nervous system diseases, autoimmune diseases, diabetes mellitus.

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Dermal fibroblasts

Fibroblasts are the main type of connective tissue cells. This tissue produces the extracellular matrix components (collagen, glycosaminoglycans, and elastin) and maintains the integrity of organs and tissues. Fibroblasts are involved in wound healing, skin aging, scar formation, and the development of fibrosis. Fibroblasts can differentiate into three lines of mesenchymal direction (adipocytes, chondrocytes, osteocytes) and have immunosuppressive properties.

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    Fibroblasts are widely used in the cell therapy of skin diseases. Areas of application of fibroblasts: prevention of skin aging; treating wounds, including diabetic ulcers and burn injuries; post-acne treatment.
    Fibroblast injections induce skin regeneration processes, improve the appearance of the skin, its elasticity and turgor, and help reduce wrinkles. For wound healing, fibroblasts are used as a component of a three-dimensional graft with various types of matrices and keratinocytes. This shortens the wound healing time and reduces the likelihood of scarring. Fibroblast therapy also helps with genetic skin conditions such as epidermolysis bullosa.

Neural crest-derived stem cells

The neural crest is a temporary structure during the embryonic development of vertebrates, the cilium of which numerous types of cells and tissues occur bones; cartilage; smooth muscles; the 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, dermis of the skin, adipose tissue, bone marrow, palate, nasal mucosa, dental pulp, and more.

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    Neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells differ from traditional MSCs by their high migration potential, expression of neural crest markers, a tendency to neural and glial differentiation, and a wide range of synthesized substances.

    These cells can be used to treat multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and wound healing.

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