FDA Registered MSC Exosomes

AgeReversalMD is now partnered with DYNACORD, The only company with an FDA Masterfile is the first and only of it’s kind.

The team at Dynacord has spent the last 10 years researching the most safe and efficacious way to bring regenerative medicine to market while abiding by Federal regulatory policy. 

DYNACORD’S Umbilical Cord MSC Exosomes Are Now Available at AgeReversalMD!

REGULATORY ASPECTS OF EXOSOMES

Exosomes are the functional mechanism of the regenerative process provided by MSC Stem Cells. Dynacord Exosomes are a cell free product and avoid the common risks associated with live cell biologics.

WHAT ARE EXOSOMES?

Exosomes are small vesicles that are secreted by stem cells. They contain large amounts of growth factors, cytokines and other substances with high regenerative potential that can be transferred to other cells due to their unique structure.

How Does It Work?

Stem cell derived exosomes have been shown to be the source of healing in stem cell treatments.

An injured tissue releases chemical markers signaling their damage > a stem cell absorbs these markers and creates the appropriate components for healing the tissue > the stem cell packages these components into a vesicle called an exosome > the exosome goes to the site of injured tissue and attaches > the exosome releases its contents to the injured tissue, healing the tissue.

Stem Cell derived exosomes have been shown to be efficacious in a number of studies related to repair of:


Peripheral nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, accelerated wound healing and bone fusion, tissue repair, anti-inflammatory effects, skin regeneration, cartilage regeneration, treatment for injured ligaments/tendons, osteoarthritis, bone regeneration, and vaginal rejuvenation.

 

Why Use Umbilical Cord MSC Derived Exosomes?

Our partner DYNACORD uses placenta from a new birth and extracting the mesenchymal stem cells. This allows to use the newest and most potent stem cells possible.

Next step is to screen and culture them in a lab to control safety and efficacy of the cells. Next, immerse the cells in the appropriate medium which allows them to secrete exosomes with consistent and high quantities of regenerative factors.

Finally, the exosomes are extracted and analyzed through batch testing at which point they are made available.

100 BILLION EXOSOMES

100 BILLION EXOSOMES

Human Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal

40 BILLLION EXOSOMES

40 BILLLION EXOSOMES

Human Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal

20 BILLION EXOSOMES

20 BILLION EXOSOMES

Human Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal

What are exosomes in simple terms?
Listen to pronunciation. (EK-soh-some) A tiny sac-like structure that is formed inside a cell and contains some of the cell’s proteins, DNA, and RNA. Exosomes get released into the blood by many types of cells, including cancer cells, and travel through the blood to other parts of the body.
What is the purpose of exosomes?
Exosomes are secreted by all types of cells and are also found abundantly in the body fluids such as: saliva, blood, urine and breast milk. The major role of exosomes is to carry the information by delivering various effectors or signaling molecules between specific cells.
Where does exosomes come from?

MSCs derived exosomal cargo exhibit intracellular signaling and communications to targeted tissues. The key sources of exosomes derived from the MSCs include bone marrow, adipose tissue, placental cells, umbilical cells, endometrial fluid, and amniotic fluid.

What is the difference between stem cells and exosomes?

Stem cells are a special type of cell found in the body. They’re unique because they can become any type of cell, and they act as both building blocks and repair mechanisms in your body. Exosomes are extracellular vesicles, which is the medical term for tiny bubbles that are released from stem cells.

Are exosomes better than PRP?
For this reason, many consider Exosome therapy to be one step above PRP therapy as it can provide more effective results. As with PRP therapy, there is not much downtime necessary for this procedure, which makes it a great choice for many men and women.
How are exosomes used in medicine?
Exosomes have demonstrated regenerative properties by reducing inflammation and apoptosis while promoting proliferation and angiogenesis. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and MSC-derived exosomes are popular in regenerative medicine, due to their multipotency and self-renewing properties.
How are exosomes administered?
Exosome therapy can be administered through intravenous (IV) therapy or direct injection in the treatment area. Exosomes are powerful elements that can restore cells throughout your body. They enhance cell-to-cell communication, which is essential for overall cell health.
How long does exosome therapy last?

Exosomes will act in three phases to work to repair the cells within the areas of treatment. Exosomes are continually active over a period of 6 to 8 months post treatment.

How long does it take for exosome therapy to work?
For most patients, the most apparent results tend to appear within three to four months of treatment, and the best, most dramatic results appear within nine months.
How many exosome treatments are needed?
You can achieve your desired results with only one session of exosomes therapy. However, some people may need a few sessions of exosome therapy for pain and get booster injections to achieve significant results.
How much does exosomes cost?
Exosomes treatments in the U.S. average between $3,500 to $6,500. The most common price point is around $4,900. These exosome therapies are either delivered by intravenous infusion for chronic or systemic (full-body) conditions.
Does Insurance Cover This Treatment?

Most insurers do not cover this type of therapy at this time. Please contact us for available payment plans and financing options. 

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