Neobiosis Products

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Cytosomes™

WHARTONS JELLY
(acellular or cellular)

  • Cytosomes™ are small, membrane bound extracellular vesicles (EVs) released by the developing fetus, placenta and mother, which accumulate in amniotic fluid (AF).
  • Cytosomes™ size is consistently between 50-150 nm and sterility is validated by a qualified, independent, CLIA-certified laboratory.
  • Each 1 cc vial of Cytosomes™ contains an average of 250 billion (+/– 100 billion) EVs.
  • Cytosomes™ are produced, on site, by highly trained scientists within our NEOBIOSIS cGMP-compliant, FDA-registered, ISO 7 cleanrooms.
  • Wharton’s Jelly is a gelatinous tissue from the umbilical cord, which provides structural support, growth factors and extracellular vesicles essential to fetal and maternal health.

  • Using proprietary technology, NEOBIOSIS’ scientists are able to extract the Wharton’s Jelly from fresh, healthy donor umbilical cords, while maintaining the biological activity of soluble growth factors, EV cargo (proteins, RNA, miRNA, lipids, carbohydrates), and structural matrix components (fibrin and collagens).

  • Wharton’s Jelly acellular and cellular products are produced, on site, by highly trained scientists within our NEOBIOSIS cGMP-compliant, FDA-registered, ISO 7 cleanrooms.

Are all flowable Amniotic Fluid products the same?

What is Wharton’s Jelly?

  • Wharton’s Jelly is a gelatinous tissue from the umbilical cord, which provides structural support, growth factors and extracellular vesicles essential to fetal and maternal health. Using proprietary technology, NEOBIOSIS’ scientists are able to extract the Wharton’s Jelly from fresh, healthy donor umbilical cords, while maintaining the biological activity of soluble growth factors, EV cargo (proteins, RNA, miRNA, lipids, carbohydrates), and structural matrix components (fibrin and collagens). These components are essential for tissue homeostasis, growth and repair.

  • Neobiosis WJ products are available as an acellular matrix (Wharton’s Jelly Matrix) or a cellular matrix (Wharton’s Jelly Cellular).