Flowable Umbilical Cord Tissue (with MSCs derived from Wharton’s Jelly)
Flowable Umbilical Cord Tissue is considered by thought leaders in biomedical research to hold the promise of innovation in regenerative medicine. These sources contain extracellular matrix (structural healing) components, Stem Cells (MSCs) and growth factors for the efficient regeneration of injured or degenerated tissue through the replacement of cells which are identical to the original tissue. The cells in the Wharton’s Jelly of the cord genetically code for Adult Stem Cell (MSC) production. The extracellular components contained accelerate Collagen production. Due to Wharton’s Jelly, the MSCs rate of growth, immune-privileged status, non-tumor-making property, and lack of ethical concerns, cord tissue is an ideal MSC source.