The Power of MSC Exosomes
PRMEDICA has developed new protocols harnessing the power of exosomes to create a new class of therapeutics to broaden the scope and improve the efficacy of our stem cell treatments. Mesenchymal Stem Cell Exosomes are The New Frontier of Regenerative Medicine.
PRMEDICA now offers the latest in biocellular regenerative medicine in conjunction with our stem cell therapies. Exosomes are extra-cellular vesicles secreted by mesenchymal stem cells and harvested from their membranes. They deliver different cargos of information between numerous kinds of cells. These bioactive molecules (RNA, growth factors, cytokines) essentially signal resident stem cells, which are found throughout all the tissues of our bodies, affect the phenotypic and physiological expression of our healing mechanisms, inflammation cascades and immune regulation.
Exosomes are known to play an important role in cognitive and motor functions while interacting with the central nervous system (CNS). Exosomes pass through the brain-blood barrier and enhance communication in the CNS by repairing peripheral nerves and neuronal injuries. This fact favors exosomes as an important asset for targeted approaches in the diagnoses and treatments of neurological conditions such as Alzheimer´s Disease, Parkinson´s and Autism.
Exosomes are the key to effective treatment of neurological diseases and play the main role in the activation of regenerative processes in diseased or injured cells. Exosomes from mesenchymal stem cells provide very attractive therapeutic benefits and their tiny size allows for easy administration. Direct delivery is recommended intravenously, intrathecally, and intranasally.
PRMEDICA synergizes exosome therapeutics with stem cell treatments. This exponentiates the overall efficacy of our treatments. For further information about the remarkable properties of exosomes and their clinical application in stem cell therapy, neurological treatment and anti-aging medicine, click on the links below or fill out the Contact Us form