Mesenchymal Stem Cell and Cell Therapy

Mesenchymal Stem Cell and Cell Therapy SCI is developing the protocol for the isolation of autologous Stem Cells or cell therapy from different sources of patient cells, such as bone marrow, adipose tissue, umbilical cord, umbilical cord blood, peripheral blood, etc.

Cell therapy, which is also known as cellular therapy or regenerative medicine, involves using cells to treat or prevent diseases and to restore or repair damaged tissues or organs. In the context of MSCs, cell therapy refers to the use of MSCs in therapeutic applications. The potential benefits of MSC-based cell therapy include:

Tissue Repair and Regeneration: MSCs have the ability to differentiate into various cell types and also communicate with paracrine which can affect other cells to regenerate, which makes them suitable for regenerating damaged tissues or organs. They can be used to promote the repair of bone, cartilage, muscle, and other tissues.

Immunomodulation: MSCs possess immunomodulatory properties which can help regulate immune responses. They can be used to treat conditions characterized by an overactive immune system or inflammatory responses, such as autoimmune diseases.

Anti-inflammatory Effects: MSCs have the ability to secrete various factors which have anti-inflammatory effects. This property might be beneficial in reducing inflammation associated with certain indications, such as arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease.