Tissue Preservation and Bio Banking

Adult stem cells can be collected from your adipose tissue (fat) and banked.  These stem cells do not require umbilical cord and the fatty tissue contains many times more stem cells than the bone marrow.  These cells have been shown to regenerate damaged tissue such as cartilage, kidney and even heart tissue. In Bio Banking this blood is collected when getting consent from the fogeys and is shipped to a wire bank, wherever the stem cells area unit separated, tested, processed, and preserved at -196 C victimisation technically, there's no termination date and these stem cells are often preserved for a period of time. Scientifically, proof exists that they'll be keeping for up to twenty four years. The stem cells will treat around seventy blood connected disorders and genetic disorders together with thalassemia, red blood cell anaemia, leukaemia, and immune connected disorders

 

  • Cord Blood Cell Banks
  • Cryo Preservation

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