The Advanced, Next Generation of PRP Offering The Most Effective Therapy

StemCB™ is a premium, minimally-manipulated umbilical cord blood derived allograft for injectable delivery and homologous use. Harnessing the strength of young cell lines, the proprietary StemCB™ processing method yields a unique cellular and extracellular composition. StemCB™ maximizes the bioactive cellular signaling component for optimal tissue regenerative benefit. Human platelet-rich plasma product sources are among the safest & most efficacious therapy methods in regenerative medicine.

How they Work

Umbilical Cord Blood (UCB) is a rich source of stem cells, immune cells, growth factors and cytokines. Stem Cells are biological cells that can differentiate into other types of cells and can divide to produce more of the same type of stem cells. Unlike many tissue sources, Cord Blood contains two types of stem cells:

Hematopoietic Stem Cells (HSC’s)

Are responsible for the creation of all components of blood and vascularity.

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC’s)

Mesenchymal Stem Cells are cells that can give rise to more MSC’s or differentiate into multiple types of tissue, ie: cartilage, tendon, bone, etc.

In addition to their ability to give rise to other cells and cell types, live, viable stem cells also have the ability to migrate to and target damaged or inflamed areas in the body, this is a property commonly referred to as “homing”. UCB cells release growth factors, cytokines, molecules and proteins that recruit the recipients own cells into the area and communicate and effect those cells to regulate inflammation and repair and built damaged tissues and vascularity for optimal micro-environment regeneration. The cells found in UCB are immune naïve, but all blood components associated with rejection are additionally removed, so typing or HLA matching is not required.

Why Utah Cord Bank

Utah Cord Bank products distinguish themselves by higher concentrations of therapeutic elements and less destructive processing. Proprietary processing protocols protect and preserve the therapeutic elements from donor tissues and set our products apart from competitors with respect to concentration, viability, and efficacy.