Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune diseases are clinical syndromes that occur when T cells or B cells, or both, become activated in the absence of an ongoing infection or identifiable cause. These diseases can affect various parts of the body, including joints and skin.

Through our regenerative medicine therapies, we are able to intervene in this autoimmune reaction and stimulate the regeneration of the affected tissues. Our therapies aim to suppress the immune response and promote tissue healing.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have demonstrated immunosuppressive properties in preclinical studies and trials involving inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. Recent research suggests that MSCs exert their immunomodulatory effects through the release of bioactive substances. These substances act as paracrine effectors, influencing various cells involved in the innate and adaptive immune responses. MSCs have shown significant inhibitory effects on different effector cells associated with the immune response.

Autoinmune Diseases

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