Adipose-derived svf cells
Adipose-derived svf cells - a population of stromal vascular fraction (svf) cells derived from autologous adipose tissue, with potential tissue regenerative activity. Svf cells are obtained through liposuction and contain multiple cell types, including adipose-derived stem cells (adscs), mesenchymal and endothelial progenitor cells, leukocyte subtypes, lymphatic cells, pericytes, and vascular smooth muscle cells. The svf cells are processed in such a way as to contain a reproducible and consistent composition of heterogeneous cells. Upon processing and administration, the adipose-derived svf cells can differentiate into different tissue types, support neovascularization, replace cells and repair injured issue.
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