What is the difference between Allogeneic and Autologous?
Allogeneic Stem Cells (donor-derived stem cells) is an umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSCs) that are able to replenish stem cells and revive any dwindling stem cells in our body.
UC-MSCs are the youngest cells in the body of a newborn, and is easily harvested at birth. Extensive and detailed donor selection process through thorough genetic testing up to 3 generation to ensure all family members are free from diseases.
Benefits include reduction of organ damage, restoration of functions, improvement in total wellbeing with greater energy and reviving the physical capacity of your youth.
Autologous Stem Cells (self-derived stem cells) is an adipose tissue-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (Adipose MSCs), considered being a promising source of autologous stem cells for wellness and healthy ageing.
A process of extracting fat tissue from your body using a mini-liposuction procedure. The procedure will be performed under local anaesthesia (LA) which will take between 1-2 hours to complete. High concentration of cells found in adipose tissues are rich with MSCs which are selected and further expanded in our lab.
Adipose MSCs helps in repairing and replacing damaged tissues, potentially benefiting metabolism, and improve general wellbeing.