Exosomes are primarily used in cell signaling and are found in all bodily fluids. These proteins are excreted by one cell and tell another cell what to do. Think of an orchestra and how the conductor ensures all instruments produce beautiful music instead of noise. The conductor, in this case, is the exosome.
RExO exosomes are anti-inflammatory, anti-fibrotic, cross the “blood-brain barrier,” have minimal risk of clumping, are easy to administer, contain nearly three times more growth factors compared to adult stem cells, and influence the growth of target cells.
Within regenerative medicine, exosome therapy is the latest technology that is impressing doctors – many argue that exosomes may be the most important regenerative component due to their unique ability to function as a “messenger” within the body, transferring information from cell to cell.
Potential treatment areas utilizing RExO include: