Stem Cell therapy

What is stem cell?

A stem cell is a cell that has the ability to divide for indefinite periods, throughout the life of the organism. Under the right conditions or having received the right signals stem cells have the potential to develop into mature cells that have characteristic shapes and specialized functions, such as heart cells, skin cells, or nerve cells.

Why are stem cells so important?

Our cells can be damaged or killed in the result of injury or illness. When it happens, stem cells are activated to repair damaged tissue. They are also involved in the replacement of other cells when they die naturally. Thus, stem cells keep us healthy and prevent our premature aging acting.

What is the therapeutic effect of stem cells?

The therapeutic effect of stem cells is achieved due to their ability to differentiate and transdifferentiate into tissue-specific cells, to fuse with the resident cells, to secrete a wide array of paracrine factors in order to stimulate the survival and functional recovery of the resident cells or to regulate the local microenvironment or immune response.

What cell products do we cultivate?

Mesenchymal stem cells

  • MSC (Mesenchymal stem cells) from adipose tissue (allogeneic, autologous)
  • MSC from bone marrow (allogeneic, autologous)
  • MSC from umbilical cord (allogeneic, autologous)
  • MSC from placenta (allogeneic, autologous)
  • MSC from endometrium (autologous)
  • MSC from dental pulp (allogeneic, autologous)
  • MSC-neural crest derivatives (MSC-NCD) from hair follicle (allogeneic, autologous)

Hematopoietic stem cells

  • HSC (Hematopoietic stem cells) from bone marrow (allogeneic, autologous)
  • HSC from peripheral blood (autologous)
  • HSC from umbilical blood (allogeneic, autologous)
  • HSC from placenta (allogeneic, autologous)

Fibroblasts

  • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous)
  • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous) with increased content of myofibroblasts
  • Fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic)
  • Fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic) with increased content of myofibroblasts
  • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous) combined with fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic)

Other types:

  • Keratinocytes (autologous)
  • Periosteal cells (autologous)
  • Autologous mononuclear cells
  • Endothelial progenitor cells (EPC) from peripheral blood (autologous)
  • EPC from cord blood (autologous)
  • Bone demineralized chips

 

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    What is stem cell?

    A stem cell is a cell that has the ability to divide for indefinite periods, throughout the life of the organism. Under the right conditions or having received the right signals stem cells have the potential to develop into mature cells that have characteristic shapes and specialized functions, such as heart cells, skin cells, or nerve cells.

    Why are stem cells so important?

    Our cells can be damaged or killed in the result of injury or illness. When it happens, stem cells are activated to repair damaged tissue. They are also involved in the replacement of other cells when they die naturally. Thus, stem cells keep us healthy and prevent our premature aging acting.

    What is the therapeutic effect of stem cells?

    The therapeutic effect of stem cells is achieved due to their ability to differentiate and transdifferentiate into tissue-specific cells, to fuse with the resident cells, to secrete a wide array of paracrine factors in order to stimulate the survival and functional recovery of the resident cells or to regulate the local microenvironment or immune response.

    What cell products do we cultivate?

    Mesenchymal stem cells

    • MSC (Mesenchymal stem cells) from adipose tissue (allogeneic, autologous)
    • MSC from bone marrow (allogeneic, autologous)
    • MSC from umbilical cord (allogeneic, autologous)
    • MSC from placenta (allogeneic, autologous)
    • MSC from endometrium (autologous)
    • MSC from dental pulp (allogeneic, autologous)
    • MSC-neural crest derivatives (MSC-NCD) from hair follicle (allogeneic, autologous)

    Hematopoietic stem cells

    • HSC (Hematopoietic stem cells) from bone marrow (allogeneic, autologous)
    • HSC from peripheral blood (autologous)
    • HSC from umbilical blood (allogeneic, autologous)
    • HSC from placenta (allogeneic, autologous)

    Fibroblasts

    • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous)
    • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous) with increased content of myofibroblasts
    • Fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic)
    • Fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic) with increased content of myofibroblasts
    • Dermal fibroblasts (autologous) combined with fibroblasts from umbilical cord (allogeneic)

    Other types:

    • Keratinocytes (autologous)
    • Periosteal cells (autologous)
    • Autologous mononuclear cells
    • Endothelial progenitor cells (EPC) from peripheral blood (autologous)
    • EPC from cord blood (autologous)
    • Bone demineralized chips

     

    Doctors

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    MD, Head of Vitality laboratory. Biologist-biotechnologist for the production of stem cells products.
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    MD, Therapist. Medical Director of Vitality Medical & Research Center
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    MD. Surgeon, Plastic Surgeon
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    MD. Head of the Surgery Department, Abdominal Surgeon, Bariatric Surgeon
    Shyianova Svitlana
    MD, PhD. Head of the Department of Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Obstetrician and Gynecologist

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