stem cells

ALLOGENIC | HUMAN | UMBILICAL CORD | STEM CELLS & PLASMA | AMNIOTIC FLUID

HUMAN ALLOGENIC PRODUCTS

1. Umbilical Cord Blood Plasma      2. Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells     3. Wharton's Jelly--Acellular     4. Warton's Jelly--Cellular     5. Amniotic Fluid

FLOW CYTOMETRY

Reveals Stem Cells: (a) An average of 75% are ALIVE after thawing, (b) Mesenchymal Cell markers are present, (c) Immune stimulating markers HLA-ABC and HLA-DR are found at 0.7% and 0.1% respectively.

CONCLUSION

Allograft Umbilical Cord Stem Cells are LIVE after thawing, are numerous in quantity (average of greater than 10 million cells per 2 cc, are plump, exhibit Mesenchymal Stem cell markers, and are immune privileged. hUCB Plasma have a high concentration of Neuropeptides and is high in TIMP-2 protein (hippocampus--memory).

research reveals

Lowers Cancer Antigens by 21%. Lowers fat and cholesterol binding proteins by 10%. Lowers amyloid plaques by 20% (Alzheimers). Lowers cholesterol levels by 10%.


CURRENT RESEARCH AND CLINICAL INDICATIONS

Parkinson's, MS, Alzheimer, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, Autoimmune Disorders, Osteoarthritis, Renal Insufficiency, Diabetes, Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Heart Attack, COPD, Chronic Wounds, Plastic Surgery, Erectile Dysfunction, Dry Vagina

is there a difference between stem cells?

Yes, in both Quantity and Quality. Quantity of stem cells in bone marrow, fat, and umbilical cord stem cells is 3 orders of magnitude different depending on age. Caplan, A. Cell Physiol 2007

Quality of Stem cells is Better at a younger age

AGED cells show:                                         

  • DNA damage acculumating over time
  • Epigenetic modifications
  • Telomeres shorten and cells become senescent
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Increased mis-folded proteins
  • Subnormal amounts of miRNA, cytokines, and growth factors. Sharpless, Nature Rev Molec Cell Biol, 2007  
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