Cell Regeneration


The Power of Stem Cells

Stem cells can be derived from human embryos, bone marrow, umbilical cords, adipose, and other tissues.
They have the ability to undergo multidirectional differentiation and self-replication. Not only do they have the ability to differentiate into other cells, but they can also perform a variety of other specific functions to support the body's organ systems. Stem cell therapy is often used in disease treatment today, for purposes such as tissue and organ cell renewal, damage repair, etc. Evidently, there have been many successful clinical cases. We expect that in the future, stem cells will play an important role in anti-aging medicine, cancer treatment, major burns, and disease treatment.

Characteristics of Stem Cells

Primitive cells that have not yet differentiated and have the ability to self-renew, proliferate, and differentiate into various mature tissues.
Ability to self renew

Stem cells have the ability to self-proliferate. They can proliferate to become the same cells they originated as to perform tissue renewal and repair.

Ability to Differentiate

Stem cells differentiate into cells with a variety of specific functions, which are used to perform cell replacement and regeneration.

Skin cells, wound healing, and aging skin

Cell Quality Confirmation

This is carried out by medical units in the development of new clinical drugs, disease treatment, cosmetic trauma, and medical clinical research. From the primary culture to the 10th generation of stem cells, strict DAG culture management guidelines are implemented to ensure the cell quality required by clinical research institutes is achieved.

The serum-free culture medium for medical use has passed the required GCTP sterility and endotoxin tests

  • No animal ingredients are used in cell/tissue preservation solutions.

  • Does not contain animal-derived protein, which improves the yield and quality of cell products.

  • Uses serum-free medium to improve culture stability.

Clinical Therapy

Japanese and Taiwanese medical teams have collaborated closely to conduct research on mesenchymal stem cells. The 6 main components of the clinical research proposal involve skin regeneration following burn injuries, knee joint cartilage regeneration, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, nerve damage, and hair regeneration.

* Derived from research involving over 420 clinical cases. Research areas include skin regeneration, knee cartilage regeneration, hair growth, inflammation, and nerve repair.

Stem Cell Original Equipment Manufacturing Service Process

Collection of approximately 20mL of fat
Delivery arrangement
Source detection
Sterility test, Pyrogen test, Functional Test
Liquid nitrogen cryopreservation
Notification of stem cell extraction time
Product order
Product delivery
Cultivated stem cells undergo clinical testing and treatment
Product delivery

Fat extraction

Extraction of 1st generation
mother cells

Cell proliferation (2nd generation to 10th generation)

Liposome coating technique

Quality inspection

Place in liquid nitrogen for long-term storage

Clinical Research and Regenerative Medicine Treatment

To conduct clinical research or provide treatment of regenerative medicine, a regenerative medicine provision plan should be provided. These should correspond to the risk classification technologies (type 1, type 2, and type 3) and the relevant certification for regenerative medicine should be obtained. Following the review process by the committee (Regenerative Medicine Committee for Type 1 and Type 2 Certification), a copy of the provision plan should be submitted to the Minister of Health, Labor, and Welfare.

type 1, type 2, type 3 regenerative medicine
Regenerative Medicine Committee for Type 1 and Type 2 Specific Certification