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with regard to the licences:
TICEBA possesses the required authorization by the responsible authority:

    in accordance with §13 of the German Medicinal Products Act (AMG): For the preparation of a biological medicinal product

    in accordance with §20b (1 and 2), §20c, and §72b of the German Medicinal Products Act (AMG): The authorization for the extraction of tissue, the treatment or processing, preservation, testing, storage, import of tissue or tissue preparations


Store your own stem cells today for tomorrow! With your decision you will be amongst those who are already open to all future medical options.

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Our exclusive service contains

    Obtaining the stem cells from the skin
    Cryogenic storage and conservation of the skin tissue with the stem cells contained therein

Process of Sampling and Conservation

In a short ambulant surgery the required piece of skin with a size of about 5 cm² (2 in²) is obtained from a cosmetically inconspicuous place, e.g. from behind the ear.

The subsequent preparation of the tissue occurs for the purpose of preparation of the cryoconservation of the cells in liquid nitrogen.

Freezing of the cells is carried out in accordance with the latest technical and scientific standard in our cryostorage tanks at up to -196 degrees Celsius (-320.8 degrees Fahrenheit) where the treated skin tissue is safely stored.


Application of stem cells

In the case of medical need, we retrieve your stem cells as well as your tissue. If this case occurs, just get in touch with us. We assure that your tissue with the stem cells contained therein is available at the right place at the right time.


Together with our subsidiary RHEACELL we are now recruiting patients with the indication chronic venous ulcer (CVU) for the clinical study in phase 1/2a. For more information click HERE.
Review scientific facts regarding ABCB5 expression in normal tissue-specific stem cells HERE.
Review our category "The Story of Stem Cells" with the newest topic "Stem cells in wound healing" HERE.


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