Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are stem cells that can change to other cell types such as the nerves, muscle, blood vessels, bone and soft tissues. These cells secrete growth factors and cellular signals that can help regenerate new cartilage cells, tendon or ligaments according to where it is injected.
The Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) used for treatments are processed from cGMP Certified Laboratories with the highest standards of isolation of the stem cells from Umbilical-Cord Wharton Jelly.
What Is Umbillical Cord – Mesenchymal Stem Cells?
Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) that can be found in the Wharton’s Jelly (soft connective tissues that is found in the umbilical cord, which protects the blood vessel within the umbilical cord from compression and reduces stress to the baby) of the umbilical cord. It is the youngest and most primitive source of MSCs that can be obtained from a human body. It has the ability to differentiate into bone, heart, nerve, cornea, fat and cartilage cells, and has been used for repairs of these organs.
They possess natural abilities to detect changes in their environment, such as inflammation. They can then induce the release of bioactive agents and the formation of progenitor cells in response to these changes. MSCs have also been shown to travel to sites of inflammation far from the injection site.