How Exosomes Work
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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