The G-Cell machine simplifies the process of harvesting and isolating adipose-derived stem cells. At a size that makes it ideal for the corner of any procedure room, it is able to do the job of four machines in one– a grinder, a photoactivation device, and a centrifuge. The 50-micron filters serve to separate the desired cellular components from the detritus, and the similarly small blades ensure that the sample is able to be filtered successfully. While using the machine, all a physician has to do is program the machine and wait for it to produce a fully-administrable sample of stem cells.
The Matrix BioGel Plasma Device is a quick and reliable device to turn Platelet-Poor Plasma (PPP) into Plasma Bio-Filler Gel. It produces quality Bio-Filler that can be injected on the face, neck, breasts and butt to correct lack of volume, wrinkles, deep folds, unaesthetic lines, and unusual thinness. Injecting this is safe as there’s no question of rejection since it’s derived from patient’s own blood (autologous).
Isolating the beneficial signals given out by stem cells and using them rather than the stem cells themselves are the next generation as a therapy. This makes sense, as other cells react to these signals and change their behavior accordingly. There is a tremendous therapeutic potential of extracellular vesicles, particularly exosomes.