What is

Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)

MSCs is a type of adult multipotent stem cell that exhibit the special characteristics of self-renewal and multilineage differentiation. 

Where does

stem cell (MSC)

come from?

MSC are found to be original from umbilical cord, bone marrow, adipose tissues, dental pulp and peripheral blood. In our lab, the MSC will be taken from Wharton’s Jelly which pose great potential in differentiation stage of cell.  

Wharton’s Jelly (umbilical cord tissue),

the main source of our MSCs

Wharton’s Jelly is rich of mesenchymal stem cell tissue that is widely applied in treating different kind of diseases or conditions as well as regenerating into most of the types of cells actively. MSC derived from Wharton’s jelly are the stem cell with strong capacity and readily to differentiate into the required cell type.

The multilineage differentiations

allow MSCs to become

The main causes of


How does

stem cell works?

Mechanism of actions, how does MSCs helps to repair damaged cells?


Due to endothelial aging, our blood vessels have become rather fragile and stiffen. Consequently, our body blood circulation will be affected as well as metabolism rates. Under this scenario, the angiogenic property of stem cell not just only helps to repair the blood vessel, it further regenerates new blood vessel. Therefore, the function of our blood circulation system will be restored.



Mitochondria is a double-membrane bound organelle that plays important role in energy generation through aerobic respiration. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) as the form of generated energy is essential to carry out cellular biochemical reactions.


Mitochondria Transfer

MSC acts accordingly to homing effects in which the damaged, aging cells will release signal to be captured by MSCs. Continuously, MITOCHONDRIA TRANSFER will be carried out to replenish the powerplant of aging cells. This allows aging cells and tissues to regain their functions.


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