Umbilical Cord blood derived -Platelet/Protein Reach Plasma (PRP) – Newcyte-PRP

About The Product

Newcyte is the pioneer in offering umbilical cord blood derived PRP. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a developing, multipurpose component of regenerative medicine. The concentrated platelets found in PRP hold enormous reservoirs of bioactive proteins that can initiate connective tissue healing: tendon and ligament regeneration and repair, promote development of new blood vessels, and accelerate tissue repair and wound healing process.

Product nameProprietary name(Brand name)Specifications
Umbilical Cord blood derived -Platelet/Protein Reach Plasma (PRP)Newctyte- PRP
  • • Homologous only
  • • Allogeneic
  • • Sterility of the product: PRP harvested and separated from Cord Blood in a fully controlled-sterile environment in a certified fully equipped Class 100 clean room.
  • • Donor eligibility:
    • – Extensively Serologically tested for multiple infectious diseases/agents. Please refer to Certificate of analysis for list of infectious diseases panel we test each batch of blood.
    • – Donor Medical history, physical assessment, behavior assessment review by a medical director before the batch release.
  • • The Donor eligibility determines by a Medical director by reviewing
    – Behavioral risk assessment
  • • For Therapeutics purposes only.
  • • Wound healing is a complex and dynamic process following damage in tissue structures
  • • HIPAA Registered
  • • Public Health Registered.
  • • Therapeutics purposes use only.
  • • Great sources of tissue regenerative medicine as far as repairing multiple different cells like fibroblasts (Skin) & …
Quality Control SpecificationsTest*Specification
Sterility (fungi, yeast, bacteria)No growth
Mycoplasma contaminationNone detected
pH7.5 ± 0.05
Osmolality276 ±10 mOsm/Kg
Cell culture testLinear signal across a 1000-fold range of cells
*Please consult the Certificate of Analysis for lot-specific test results
Functional TestingNewcyte is performance tested to generate a linear fluorescent signal across a 1000-fold range of adherent mammalian cells.