ALLOGENIC

STEM CELLS

THERAPY

Source of allogenic stem cells is derived from Post-Natal stem cells collected from Wharton’s Jelly or Cord Blood. Wharton’s Jelly is a gelatinous tissue within the umbilical cord that contains stem cells. Cord Blood is collected from the placenta and umbilical cord after the infant is separated from the mother. Both Wharton’s jelly and Cord Blood derived Mesenchymal Stem cells. Same as autologous stem cell therapy, this is an intervention strategy that introduces new stem cells to damaged tissue in order to treat disease, injury or for cosmetic purposes. Stem Cells are frozen in the vapor-phase above liquid nitrogen at – 190oC. Stem Cells are stored in sterile cryo-vials, labelled and sealed prior to deep freezing condition.