Stem Cell

High-Purity Exosomes for Clinical Investigation

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells capable of self-renewal and differentiation into various cell types within the body.

Typically, once individuals reach the age of 23, their immune system tends to weaken, marking the onset of aging, attributed to the declining quantity of stem cells within our bodies.

Sustained infusion of healthy stem cells into our system can potentially rejuvenate our immune system and decelerate the aging process.

Types of Stem Cells

Embryonic stem cells

Adult stem cells

Origins of Adult Stem Cell

Origins of Adult
Stem Cell

Cord Blood


Bone Marrow

Fat Tissue

In its undifferentiated state, stem cells have the capability to differentiate into various types of tissues within our body, including organs, blood vessels, and bones under specific conditions. Utilizing this differentiation capacity, they can contribute to the regeneration of our bodily tissues.

When stem cells proliferate, they release various growth factors that enhance immunomodulation and activate cells.

Function of Stem Cell

Potential Uses of Stem Cells

Potential Uses of
Stem Cells