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Umbilical Cord Blood Regenerative Medicine

Recharg is a cryopreserved non-particulate allograft derived from umbilical cord blood. As a biological healing matrix, Recharg contains growth factors, cytokines, proteins, hyaluronic acid, extracellular matrix and viable cellular materials.

These cells have the ability to self-renew, release growth factors, and further develop into more specialized cells throughout the body. The regenerative components found in Recharg contribute to tissue homeostasis, anti-inflammatory responses, and antioxidant effects. Together, they offset negative environmental effects and may slow the effects of the naturally-occurring aging process.

Regenerative Components found in Recharg:

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Required for the structure, function and regulation of the body’s tissues and organs, proteins help repair tissues and allow metabolic reactions to occur. Some proteins are chemical messengers between cells, tissues and organs while others provide structure and support.

The building blocks of proteins, amino acids are vital for protein synthesis, tissue repair and nutrient absorption.

Strong and flexible, collagens provide structure throughout the body, especially in the skin, bones and connective tissues. They play a role in replacing and restoring dead skin cells, healing and providing a platform for new tissue growth in wounds.

As the most dominant protein found in skin, elastin provides resilience and elasticity to tissues and organs. It is 1000 times more flexible than collagen and one of the body’s most enduring proteins.

These molecules serve as messengers between cells, mediating and regulating immunity, inflammation and hematopoiesis. They stimulate the production of blood cells and provide growth and differentiation factions that function in development, tissue maintenance and repair.

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A form of cytokine that stimulates movement and plays a crucial role in immunological reactions.

Regulate cell division and cell survival to stimulate the growth of a specific tissue.

Vital in supporting life’s basic functions, carbohydrates produce and store energy, build macromolecules, extra proteins and assist in lipid metabolism.

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