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How does Bone Marrow compare with Vet-Stem Cells?

Fresh bone marrow:
  • Consists of mostly blood (only 1 out of 50,000 cells is a mesenchymal stem cell)
  • May contain bone fragments which is not ideal for injecting into joints, tendons, or ligaments
  • Contains variable amounts of growth factors
  • Collection method requires drilling into the bone for harvest
Bone marrow cultured stem cells:
  • Derived from a bone marrow aspirate
  • Contains only mesenchymal stem cells, not the other regenerative supporting cells
  • Requires cell culture to increase yield of mesenchymal stem cells
  • Treatment delayed due to culturing requirements


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