Stem Cells

According to the Mayo Clinic, stem cells are the body’s raw material; from them all other cells with specialized functions are generated. Under the right conditions, stem cells divide to form more cells called daughter cells.

These daughter cells become new stem cells (self-renewal) or specialized cells (differentiation) with a more specific function, such as blood cells, brain cells, heart muscle cells, or bone cells. No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new types of cells.

All the cells in our body, including stem cells, contain the same genetic information; however, specialized cells such as those of the lung, heart, kidney, bone or skin, to name a few, only access the corresponding genetic information for that type of cell; that is, by specializing, they turn off the rest of the gene library and can no longer access it. A stem cell has unlimited access to the entire genomic library.

In addition to having the potential to differentiate and regenerate damaged cells, tissues, or organs; stem cells express proteins, called cellular messengers, that target the bloodstream and unleash a signaling cascade on all organs and cells in the body, modulating the immune system, the inflammatory response, and activating the body’s natural regenerative mechanisms. These proteins, released through exosomes, are responsible for most of the therapeutic effects of stem cells at the systemic level.

There are multiple application routes such as: intraarticular, intrathecal, dermal and intravenous. The application will depend on the type of condition or result that the patient wants to archive.

Where can we obtain stem cells from?

Placenta, endometrial tissue, bone marrow, fatty tissue

Where can we obtain
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At Mocell®, we grow endometrial tissue cells that, as they do not present Rhesus factor (Rh), allow a safe transplant to all our patients regardless of their blood type.

Selection process

1.- It starts with the selection of the donor.

The donor should not be over 30 years old.

The donor needs to comply with a blood serology test per each donation.
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2.- Mocell’s mesenchymal stem cells. They are obtained from endometrial tissue because this organ renews cyclically.
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Quality standards

3.- Mesenchymal stem cells are separated from the tissue and cultured in a laboratory, in accordance and under the specifications of the Official Mexican Standards, the COFEPRIS guidelines, and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
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4.- The resulting product is sterile, universally compatible and with a content of between 5 and 200 million of mesenchymal stem cells, depending on the dose to be applied, the type of application and recommendation of the treating practitioner.
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All vials produced by Mocell® have a quality certificate that guarantees the quality of the original batch, that is: the endometrial tissue from which the cells are obtained for that batch; as well as the absence of communicable diseases from the donor and the quality and viability of the mesenchymal stem cells produced in the laboratory.

In this way, a sterile final product is certified, suitable for human use by dermal, intravenous or intra-articular route. Ask about our quality certificates each time you receive a dose.