The natural function of these exosomes is to support the development of a fetus, by reducing inflammation in utero, preventing rejection of the fetus by the maternal immune system, promoting vasculogenesis, stimulating cell growth and division, and suppressing oncogenesis.
In vitro and in vivo studies have demonstrated the intrinsic anti-inflammatory, immuno-modulatory, pro-angiogenic, anti-apoptotic and anti-fibrotic properties of exosomes. They are unique among exosomes, however, in that, they also carry specific proteins and RNA produced with the greatest potential to stimulate the production of connective tissue matrix such as collagen in the dermis or cartilage in joints. For this reason, we utilize exosomes for tissue preservation and regeneration.
The natural capacity of perinatal exosomes to stifle irritation, decrease oxidative pressure, advance cell endurance and mend harmed connective tissue might be the premise of the exceptional clinical advantages saw with mesenchymal foundational microorganism treatment.
The inherent, organic properties of perinatal exosomes make them an amazing contender for the treatment of injury and sickness specifically for inflammation, autoimmune disease, anti-aging, and aesthetics!