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How Exosomes Work

Stem cell derived exosomes have been shown to be the source of healing in stem cell treatments. The process for which stem cell products heal the body is as follows:

An injured tissue releases chemical markers signaling their damage. A stem cell absorbs these markers and creates the appropriate components for healing the tissue. The stem cell packages these components into a vesicle called an exosome. The exosome goes to the site of injured tissue and attaches. The exosome releases its contents to the injured tissue, healing the tissue

Stem cell-derived exosomes have been shown to be efficacious in a number of studies related to the repair of peripheral nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, accelerated wound healing and bone fusion, tissue repair, anti-inflammatory effects, skin regeneration, cartilage regeneration, treatment for injured ligaments and tendons, osteoarthritis, bone regeneration, and vaginal rejuvenation.

Despite these reported effects of exosomes, there are currently no FDA-approved exosome products available in the US.

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How Do They Work?

Stem cell derived exosomes have been shown to be the source of healing in stem cell treatments.
Stem Cell Derived exosomes have been shown to be efficacious in several studies related to repair of peripheral nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, accelerated wound healing and bone fusion, tissue repair, anti-inflammatory effects, skin regeneration, cartilage regeneration, treatment for injured ligaments/tendons, osteoarthritis, bone regeneration, and vaginal rejuvenation.
Despite these reported effects of exosomes, there are currently no FDA approved exosome products available in the US.
Despite these reported effects of exosomes, there are currently no FDA approved exosome products available in the US.
1. An injured tissue releases chemical markers signaling their damage
2. A stem cell absorbs these markers and creates the appropriate components for healing the tissue
3. The stem cell packages these components into a vesicle called an exosome
4. The exosome goes to the site of injured tissue and attaches to the tissue
5. The exosome releases its contents to the injured tissue, healing the tissue

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