Our laboratory is developing a novel, injectable solution born from the field of regenerative medicine for dogs (and horses) suffering from osteoarthritis. Research suggests that even a single treatment may render the use of anti-inflammatory drugs unnecessary and enable the patient to return to their former way of life.
How do tissue stem cells repair damaged cartilage?
Inflammation and pain - which can be induced by many factors - lie behind lameness. Since traditional treatments cannot provide a permanent solution, the innovative, direct use of mesenchymal stem cells capable of regenerating cartilage tissue have come to the fore more and more.
Currently, we are developing two products for the treatment of cartilage damaged due to dysplasia or trauma. Our ADStem preparation contains allogeneic stem cells for dogs, and AHStem is composed of allogeneic stem cells for horses.
What is Stem CellX?
What animal species can be subjected to Stem CellX stem-cell injections?
What is elbow dysplasia?
Can hip dysplasia be cured with stem cells?
What is the difference between the treatment of a partially and a fully torn ligament?