Cutting edge regenerative medicine.
A quick cutting edge way to promote healing, regeneration of tissues, reduce inflammation and decrease the effects of oxidative damage by targeting aging or injured cells and instructing them to regenerate or repair.
Exosomes are small vesicles that are released by cells, particularly stem cells, that are involved in cell signaling and can have many healing benefits.
They consist of a wide array of biomolecules, including proteins, lipids, nucleic acids (such as mRNA, microRNAs, and other non-coding RNAs), and various signaling molecules.
They play a pivotal role in cell-to-cell communication and can be taken up by neighboring or distant cells and transfer their cargo to them, thereby altering the recipient cell's behavior and function. The cargo they carry reflects the physiological and pathological state of the originating cell, making them important mediators in health and disease.
They influence processes such as immune response modulation, tissue repair, angiogenesis, and inflammation regulation.
This has led to growing interest in exosomes as potential therapeutic agents or as biomarkers for diseases such as cancer and neurodegenerative disorders.
Regeneration/Wound Healing/Tissue Injury Recovery
Exosomes contain bioactive molecules that have the potential to promote tissue regeneration and repair.
They can stimulate cell growth, angiogenesis, and collagen synthesis, making them attractive for wound healing and tissue injury recovery.
The unique ability of exosomes to cross the blood-brain barrier makes them a promising therapeutic avenue for neurodegenerative disorders.
Exosome-based IV infusions might deliver neuroprotective cargo to the central nervous system, potentially slowing down disease progression.
Certain exosomes are known to carry anti-inflammatory cytokines and proteins that have the capacity to counteract pro-inflammatory signals. By delivering these molecules to target cells, exosomes can promote an environment that favors the resolution of inflammation and tissue healing.
Modulate the Immune System
Exosomes contain a diverse cargo of bioactive molecules, including microRNAs, proteins, and lipids, that can modulate immune responses. These molecules can influence the behavior of immune cells such as macrophages, dendritic cells, and T cells.
Exosomes can carry signals that promote anti-inflammatory responses and suppress pro-inflammatory pathways, thereby helping to regulate the overall immune balance and dampen excessive inflammation.
They can stimulate angiogenesis, limit tissue damage, and improve overall cardiac function.
Exosomes are administered through IV fusions.