MSC - Passage 1

Golden Cells

Stem cells are like all other living things on earth. They are born, grow to maturity when they are most powerful and capable, then decline with age.
Science has advanced to the point that stem cells can be “selected” for how successful they will be in repairing the body or human tissue. This selection process remove cells that are too young, too old or not in good condition. We are then left with only the best, most powerful cells for treatment. These cells are referred to as the “Golden Cells”.

Why Use Passage 1 (P1) Cells?

“Golden Cells” need to be multiplied or grown so there are enough to get positive treatments. Every time a cell is grown, it reaches a point of “overcrowding”. Once this happens, the cells are moved to another plate. This is called a “Passage”. Passage 1 represents cell that have only undergone ONE passage and therefore maintain their strength and vitality. When cells are grown over many passages they become weaker and older, losing their potency.

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs)

The “Holy Grail” of stem cells, iPSCs technology is now available for patients seeking to create and bank their own cell line using their OWN DNA for future clinical applications. Based on the work of Dr. Shinya Yamanaka (Noble Prize for Medicine 2012), its now possible to turn a skin cell into an embryonic-like stem cell or iPSCs, the most potent stem cell possible.

Having one’s own cell lines available in the case of future medical requirements is the highest level of bio-insurance anyone can have. iPSCs – The future of stem cells is available now.

The best conditions to treat using Mesenchymal Stem Cells?

Adult stem cells have been safely used for over 60 years, starting with bone marrow transplants. Now, in the past 15 years the use and indications for these cells has expanded with over 300,000 patients treated in published peer reviewed clinical trials showing both safety and efficacy around the world.

Some of the best outcomes include:

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“The current and future clinical applications of cell lines are bountiful,” Dr Feldman concluded, a sentiment echoed by Dr Reubinoff, who stated, “It is becoming increasingly essential to consider GMP compliance, safety, and regulatory criteria as stem cell lines become poised for clinical applications.”

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