Cellular Therapies

Exosome Stem Cell Therapy

Exosomes are protein vesicles of mesenchymal stem cells obtained from the umbilical cord of the newborn baby and produced by special processes in the laboratory culture environment. Since they are stem cell derived, they contain a large number of growth factors that have the capacity to regulate cellular and biochemical events involved in skin rejuvenation and cell renewal.

The main task of exosomes is to enable communication between cells. In doing so, transferred genetic information, proteins and receptors can change cell behavior. This is effective in cell proliferation and tissue regeneration.

Exosome products are produced in specialized laboratories. They are transported by cold chain and applied to the patient. A single application is sufficient.

Exosomes contain valuable cell information consisting of proteins and genetic information that the cell needs to function properly. These stem cell-derived exosomes have also been shown to help transfer NK cells (Killer cells) to T-Regulatory cells (Helper cells). Thus, they help to calm an over-reactive immune system and modulate it to respond in a coordinated manner. They can also be used as a drug delivery system.

By exposing the cells of an old organism to the cells of a young organism, it has been shown that exosomes from the young stem cells are responsible for rejuvenating the old cells. This healing mechanism is now being used in regenerative medicine.

Degenerative diseases are caused by continuous cell deterioration affecting tissues or organs. Although stem cells are often responsible for cell rejuvenation, external factors can interfere with these stem cells. With exosomes supplied from outside, it is possible to support the function of stem cells and accelerate the healing and regeneration process. New supplementary exosomes are extracellular vesicles or small bubbles released from cells, especially stem cells. They act as a shuttle for certain genetic information and proteins from stem cells to other cells, providing a more positive effect.

Exosomes can increase fibroblast cell proliferation by up to 80% depending on the dose. This accelerates healing and removes cell destruction.

Exosomelar can increase collagen synthesis up to 6 times depending on the dose.

Exosomes can increase Elastin synthesis up to 3 times depending on the dose.

In which indications is exosome therapy used?

They can be used for all diseases. Since they provide the transformation of mature cells into young cells that are not worn out and remove cell destruction, which is the cause of every disease, their usage area is unlimited. They regenerate damaged cells and skin with local or general applications.

especially on the skin, skin rejuvenation / anti-aging, spot treatments, acne scar treatments, porous skin tightening, hair loss, atopic dermatitis / eczema are also widely used.