Stem Cells

Stem cells are primary cells which can be transformed into more mature cells of the organism are precursors of all human cells.

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Why to collect stem cells

Umbilical cord blood contains the biggest quantity of stem cells of any other source and the chance of their collection is given only once in a child’s lifetime.

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Stem Cells Sources

  • Cord Blood

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  • Placenta

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  • Cord Body (Whartons jelly)

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  • Deciduous (first) Teeth 

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  • Adipose Tissue 

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  • Bone Marrow

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Current Stem Cell Applications

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Methods of cryopreservation

Biohellenika follows a specific certified method. Furthermore Biohellenika uses special material and reagents certified from the relevant organizations (FDA, EC.) IVD and for human use.

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Stem Cells History

1988: The first transplantation of stem cells is performed in France in a 5 year old boy that was suffering from Fanconi syndrome (aplastic type anemia and deafness).  Stem cells from the boy’s sister were used that was born for this purpose.  Until today, 20 years after, the boy, an adult today, is healthy.

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Bibliography

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Links

This page presents interesting links referring to stem cells or medical articles published in internet related to Biohellenika.

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