A concentrate of placental stem cells is a new and important source of mesenchymal stem cells, blood-forming stem cells and endothelial progenitors. It’s a unique source of stem cells, which have ever wider possibilities of therapeutic application in regenerative medicine.
Placental tissue collection occurs after childbirth, immediately after the collection of umbilical cord blood from the umbilical cord and placenta. After processing, placental tissue is divided and stored in several bags (depending on the size of the placenta). Collection of the placenta combined with umbilical cord blood and tissue at your child’s birth gives them the greatest possible volume of a broad spectrum of stem cells.
- Wider possibilities of therapeutic application in regenerative medicine
- Freezing and storing in cryotubes*
*expectation of multiple use