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Bradceuticals CLASSIC MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL Serum Review & How to Use
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Brandceuticals CLASSIC MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL SERUM At Bradceuticals: https://bradceuticals.com/classic-mesenchymal-stem-cell-serum/ref/34/ CLASSIC MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL SERUM Full Ingredients List: Water, Mesenchymal Stem Cell Conditioned Media, Glycerin, DMAE Bitartrate, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Panthenol, Propanediol, Hydroxyethyl Urea, Sodium Hyaluronate, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide and Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate My second channel, for random things that don't fit here. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZwJQwh2qHT9qUrseCNasHg ******* Podcast Links Apple - https://b.link/No_BS_Apple_Podcast Google - https://b.link/No_BS_Google_Podcast Amazon - https://b.link/No_BS_Amazon_Podcast Spotify - https://b.link/No_BS_Spotify_Podcast RSS - https://feeds.redcircle.com/671dd1b2-a989-41d5-94d5-30c014e06149 ******** Sephora - https://fxo.co/1231867/sephora Ulta - https://fxo.co/1231867/ulta Geek and Gorgeous - https://iaff.geekandgorgeous.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=169&url=131 Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/shop/nobsbeauty Yes Style - https://ys.style/kk2Vjrv798 Style Korean - http://www.stylekorean.com/?af_id2=nobsbeauty Drmtlgy - https://www.drmtlgy.com/?ref=nobsbeauty These are affiliate links if you purchase anything from one of these stores using this link No BS Beauty will make a small commission on what you buy. ******** www.noBSbeauty.com ******* My Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/noBSbeauty ******* PayPal Tip Jar - https://bit.ly/donate_NBSB If you want to leave a tip ... Thanks! *****

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Adult Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapies
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Successful Mesenchymal Stem Cell Trial for Progressive MS from Hadassah [IV vs. IT vs. Placebo]
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Mesenchymal stem cells have long been touted as a possible treatment of MS, but this is the first successful randomized trial demonstrating efficacy of both intravenous (IV) and intrathecal (IT) stem cells. This phase II trial with 48 people with progressive MS was run by professor Dimitrios Karussis from the Hadassah MS Centre. Comment or ask questions below! I would be happy to answer! Subscribe on YouTube for more videos every Wednesday! Make video requests in the comments section! Selected Sources: Randomized trial on IT and IV mesenchymal stem cells (The study I am discussing): https://academic.oup.com/brain/advance-article/doi/10.1093/brain/awaa333/6012789 Benefits of mesenchymal stem cells in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15905186/ Oral fingolimod in primary progressive multiple sclerosis (INFORMS): a phase 3, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26827074/ Popular science article from times of Israel: https://www.timesofisrael.com/jerusalem-study-finds-stem-cell-treatment-freezes-ms-lets-some-walk-again/ My book "Resilience in the Face of Multiple Sclerosis" on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WP7H5LK Dr. Brandon Beaber is a board-certified neurologist with subspecialty training in multiple sclerosis and other immunological diseases of the nervous system. He is a partner in the Southern California Permanente Medical Group and practices in Downey, California (South Los Angeles). He has several publications on MS epidemiology and has participated in clinical trials for MS therapeutics. You can follow him on twitter @Brandon_Beaber where he regularly posts about MS news and research. Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/Brandon_Beaber Music: INNER GRACE - Copyright 2018 Wilton Vought Source: Really Really Free Music Link: https://youtu.be/wy9FL1-jup4 T he video material by Dr. Brandon Beaber is general educational material on health conditions and is not intended to be used by viewers to diagnose or treat any individual's medical condition. Specifically, this material is not a substitute for individualized diagnostic and treatment advice by a qualified medical/health practitioner, licensed in your jurisdiction, who has access to the relevant information available from diagnostic testing, medical interviews, and a physical examination. To the extent that Dr. Beaber endorses any lifestyle change, behavioral intervention, or supplements, the viewer should consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine the safety and efficacy of the intervention in light of their individualized information.

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[PAR] Topic: Potential of mesenchymal stem cell conditioned media for quality wound healing
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Speaker: Dr. Vikash Chandra ICAR- Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India. https://parjournal.net/journal/webinars_detail/29

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Guided Mesenchymal Stem Cell Layering Technique For Osteoarthritis... A Breakthrough?
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The next series of videos will focus on stem cells and arthritis treatment. The first thing I'm going to do is describe the guided mesenchymal stem cell layering technique. This is our proprietary method. If you have osteoarthritis and are looking for an alternative to joint replacement, you might want to pay attention. The Venn diagram shows the ingredients that go into the procedure- mesenchymal stem cells from marrow and fat, growth factors, from platelet-rich plasma, matrix, and a stabilizing gel (thrombin). What is different about our technique compared with others is we are able to induce a precise area of injury using direct guidance with arthroscopy and diagnostic ultrasound. The end result is cartilage growth and repair. If you're an active individual who wants to avoid the metal and plastic and the potential complications associated with a joint replacement, there is an alternative. If you have questions or want more information go to www.arthritistreatmentcenter.com

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Mesenchymal Stem Cell IV Treatment Explained
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www.dreambody.clinic (833) 445-9089 info@dreambodyclinic.net facebook.com/dreambodyclinic Hi, this is Josh with dream body clinic. And today we're going to be talking a bit about our IV treatment with stem cells in this video. You're going to see my wife, Venus getting her IV of stem cells. Um, her and I both like to do this at least once a year. We're lucky because we have access so easy to the stem. Owning the clinic and everything that, uh, I'll even do it as often as every six months. But once a year is typically the right timeframe for longevity, um, health, helping your immune system, just feeling better. There are so many benefits to a stem cell IV. It is the go-to treatment, uh, for most of our patients. And one of the most common things that we do, there's been so much research on IVs of stem. So much, you know, hype different things over the years, but we want to get down to the nitty gritty, what it does. So when you do an IV of Mesenchymal stem cells, it goes in the arm there and it starts flowing and it always flows right to the heart. Now everybody has damage in their heart. It never stops. Beating, never stops going. And over time it starts to wear out. It's just the way it goes. Part of, you know, the process of living and everything. The stem cells get in there. And originally. They thought that they were transforming into myocardial cells, but it turns out they're not, they're just becoming like the managers on the construction site. Telling the cells how to work the right way, meaning they're going to go through and regenerate the heart, build back muscle. That might be deteriorating. They're going to go to the inner linings of the venture coals and the veins and the arteries. And when they get too smooth, that's when you build up plaque. They help build back the natural, normal texture, which prevents plaque. And in some cases, can even help that to kind of DEC clog and such when it starts to clog up. So very beneficial for the heart. Um, if you look at the statistics, you know, people are so afraid of all these different things on the news, cardiovascular health, that should be your biggest fear. It's pretty much what gets everyone at some point, the vast majority, at least your heart will give. So we've got missal stem cells that can help regenerate it. We have seen patients that were on the transplant list. Get off of that just by doing IVs of stem cells. We've seen ejection fractures as low as like, you know, in the 20 percentile, 30 percentile, get back over 55% and we've got some of that on our website. And what's great about that is for cells that are weak, they can actually attach these nanotubes that then donate their mitochondria, the mitochondria. And that is like the motor of the cell. That is the battery packs. That is what gives it energy, converts it into ATP, which is your energy. So, we need cells that are healthy, vibrant, and have lots of mitochondria. The Mesenchymal stem cells help with that and donate their mitochondria. So, you get that, which it just pretty much means your cells are going to live longer and be healthier and function better. And then they also interact with the immune system. So, T cells, B cells, killer cells that pass by going through the bloodstream they're going to interact with. And not only does it destroy it, but it also actually sends signal. To the right macrophages, which will come in and remove those dead cells. So not only will it kill the bacteria or mold, but it will also actually remove that dead tissue that's left over from it, out of there. And doesn't make sure that there's no further complications get you feeling good. Okay. Now you got 20 to 30% that are going to go through the rest of your body. They're going to target inflammation. If you've got a little bit of liver damage, maybe kidney disease, it will go to those organs. And it will regenerate. We've seen patients all the way in stage one, even kind of borderline stage two kidney failure recover just from the Mesenchymal stem cell IV. We've seen livers regenerate the liver regenerates anyway, but when you start having cirrhosis issues, other things the stem cells can get in there and help. Um, so all throughout the system, if you have, you know, joints like elbows, knees, shoulders that are. The IV can help speed up the process of healing, but it's typically not the right go-to because you're working from the inside out tissue, like ligaments, tendons, uh, labrums, meniscus. We can repair things. And get you feeling good. So, if you want to learn more, you can call us anytime tollfree at (833) 445-9089. Or check out our website, www.dreambody.clinic.

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lifETIME CDT 2023 project: Beating mesenchymal stem cell senescence
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Professor Matthew Dalby from the University of Glasgow talks about his lifETIME CDT 2023 #PhD project working with Qkine. Project title: Beating mesenchymal stem cell senescence with materials that organise growth factors Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from the adult bone marrow can differentiate into cells that support the regeneration of tissues such as bone cartilage, ligament and tendon. They also have immunomodulatory properties and so are becoming more widely used as ‘drugs’ in transplant procedures to help prevent rejection e.g. in islet transplants and in graft vs host disease. Further, they can support the growth of the blood-forming stem cells of the bone marrow and can have regenerative roles in helping in blood diseases such as leukaemias. Therefore, they have the potential to provide a key role in strategies to underpin a wide range of next-generation disease therapies. MSCs are isolated from the bone marrow in low numbers (1000s) and yet a cell therapy would require tens of millions of MSCs per dose and forming a company to supply the therapies would require the ability to produce billions of cells in order to meet the demand of healthcare suppliers at a cost that can be justified. As MSCs grow in culture, out of the regulation of the bone marrow, they change phenotype (differentiate) and age (leading to the stopping of growth – senescence). To provide MSC therapies, both of these hurdles need to be overcome. We have developed polymers that can control the presentation of extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins that MSCs interact with in the bone marrow in ways that allow for better MSC growth. ECM proteins contain cryptic peptide sequences that, when exposed, allow cell adhesion to them and allow signalling proteins, such as growth factors, to bind to them allowing better control of cell signalling. In this project, we will study primary human MSC growth in relation to the biological presentation of the ECM proteins with growth factors in order to optimise MSC growth in vitro. We will use both biological (PCR, flow cytometry, qPCR, microscopy) and biomechanical (mechanical cytometry, nanoindentation and Brillouin microscopy) to look for markers of preserved MSC phenotype and senescence (eg stiffening of the cell nucleus). We will also employ transcriptomics (RNAseq) and metabolomics to look for signalling targets that we can inhibit as drug targets to further prevent MSC ageing while promoting MSC expansion. The project is in collaboration with the industrial partner QKine who develop animal-product free growth factors for stem cells.

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