Since 2003, RegenLab® has been committed to the development of a unique expertise in the design and manufacturing of high-quality medical devices, intended for the preparation of cellular therapies and autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from the patient’s own blood. Bringing these technologies to the United States in 2013, RegenLab® USA offers Regen® A-PRP® and Autologous Thrombin Serum with a focus on product quality, patient safety, and preparation efficiency.
Regen Lab is a global leader in products for autologous regenerative medicine based on freshly prepared platelet rich plasma (platelet concentrate) from the patient’s own blood, used either alone or combination with hyaluronic acid or other fresh autologous cells from the patient’s fat or bone marrow.
These freshly prepared concentrates are safer and have longer lasting effects than traditional cell-therapy products, they accelerate healing and have proven efficacy in ageing management, wound care and musculoskeletal pathologies.
We can recover both a high platelet quality (over 80%) with an extremely low level of cellular contaminants (deplete 96% Neutrophils and 99.7% RBCs) with a 10cc blood draw, yielding 5-6cc of PRP. Thanks to our proprietary gel separation technology, the entire process takes just 3 easy steps with a quick 5-minute centrifuge spin.
Platelets are key factors in hard and soft tissue repair mechanisms. They provide essential growth factors, such as FGF, PDGF, TGF-ß, EGF, VEGF, IGF, which are involved in stem cell migration, differentiation, and proliferation. Additionally, platelets also stimulate fibroblasts and endothelial cells to induce new extracellular matrix deposition and neo-vascularization respectively.
Plasma contains many factors essential for cell survival including nutrients, vitamins, hormones, electrolytes, growth factors (such as IGF and HGF), and proteins. Among the plasma proteins, the molecules vital for the coagulation process and for the fibrin polymer formation will serve as a scaffold for cell migration and new tissue generation.