Primary and Cultured Cells

Stem cell therapy

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– Instructions
– Supplies to obtain a sample
– A prepaid envelope to mail the sample back to our laboratory

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Your personalised embryoid model

With our EMBRYOID™ we can culture personalised stem cells to treat or prevent diseases or conditions.

Having a personalised embryoid model means that we can culture almost any cell in the body.

To grow your personalised embryoid we use a patented device that is capable of producing embryoids from embryonic stem cells.

The personalised embryoids will produce many different types of stem cells which can be harvested, cultured and used in personalised medicine.

After therapy the embryoid will be stored for 20 years incase you need a particular type of stem cells after an accident, acute disease or condition.

The embryoid model is made from embryonic stem cells. The grown embryoid lacks the primitive endoderm and the trophoblast, and thus cannot form yolk sac and placenta, respectively. Therefore, these embryonic-like tissues do not have human organismal form or potential.

Get started in a few simple steps.

Medication Kit Medication Kit
Order a kit with
easy-to-follow instructions.
Sample Kit instructions Sample Kit instructions
Follow the instructions to collect the sample.
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Use your embryoid when needed the most
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Mazurier C, Douay L, Lappillonne H. Red blood cells from induced pluripotent stem cells: hurdles and development. Curr Opin Hematol 2011; 18:249-53.

Pettinato, G., Wen, X., & Zhang, N. (2014). Formation of well-defined embryoid bodies from dissociated human induced pluripotent stem cells using microfabricated cell-repellent microwell arrays. Scientific reports, 4(1), 1-11.

Sachdeva, P., Patel, B. G., & Patel, B. K. (2009). Drug use in pregnancy; a point to ponder!. Indian journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 71(1), 1.

Sheridan, S. D., Surampudi, V., & Rao, R. R. (2012). Analysis of embryoid bodies derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells as a means to assess pluripotency. Stem cells international, 2012.