Regenerative medicine

Stem Cells:
Neonatal mesenchymal stem cells, abundant in functional proteins of the type transfer factors, growth factors, transcription factors and other non-protein molecules whose final effect is the restoration of normal cellular function through stimulating the expression of numerous genes beneficial for the Cell function and to inhibit the excessive expression of genes that are harmful to the organism.
Stem cell administration will have a sustained inhibitory effect on the factors causing inflammation and determining the rate of progression of oxidative damage and premature aging.
Transfer Factor:
Dialyzing extract of leukocytes, capable of transferring both local and systemic immunity to nonimmune receptors, with wide application as adjuvant and therapeutic immunomodulator in different diseases.
Mainly in allergic diseases

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