G-Cell Machine - Autologous Isolation System for Tissue Regeneration
GCell is a machine that revolutionizes Autologous Cellular therapies derived from adipose tissue, transforming it into a fully-automatic and sterile procedure that is as simple as putting on your gloves, placing the tissue into the machine and pushing a button, significantly decreasing the time and labor that laboratory processes once required to isolate stromal vascular fraction cells from adipose tissue. Additionally, this machine cuts out the use of reagents or any other reagent when extracting stem cells from the patient, making it fully compliant with minimal manipulation guidelines.
The Concept is based on a process of Mechanical Breakdown: A sample of fat from a patient is taken and put through a series of incredibly small filters and blades. The blades serve to homogenize the sample originally obtained, so that only the desired cellular components can pass through the incredibly small, fifty-micron filters. During this process, many of the undesired proteins are left on the other side of this filter, leaving only pericytes, mastocytes, and various types of stem cells in the bottom of the machine, where the cellular product is made available. From that point, it can be directly administered to the patient through an injection.
At a size that makes it a perfect fit in the corner of any procedure room in a medical office, it is able to do the job of three machines in one– a grinder, a photoactivation device, and a centrifuge. Making it the best addition for dermatologists, aesthetic doctors, and pain-management specialists looking to enter the field of regenerative medicine and perform in-office Cellular therapies.
The G-Cell machine simplifies the process of harvesting and isolating adipose-derived stem cells. At a size that makes it ideal for the corner of any procedure room, it is able to do the job of four machines in one– a grinder, a photoactivation device, and a centrifuge. The 50-micron filters serve to separate the desired cellular components from the detritus, and the similarly small blades ensure that the sample is able to be filtered successfully. While using the machine, all a physician has to do is program the machine and wait for it to produce a fully-administrable sample of stem cells.
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