VSELs are also known as “V-cells” and stand for Very Small Embryonic-Like Regenerative Cells.
VSELs (Very Small Embryonic-Like Regenerative Cells) are at the forefront of regenerative cell treatment. These cells can be found in everyone, but their pluripotency distinguishes them. This means they can transform into nearly any other cell type in your body.
VSELs have been investigated extensively since their identification in humans in 2006, owing to their “embryonic-like” characteristics. This implies they can replicate and multiply unrestrictedly, and they can transform into any other cell in the human body.
In addition, rather than embryos, they are found in newborns, children, and adults. As a result, they offer an ethical and maybe safer alternative to embryonic stem cells.
VSELs, in summary, have been demonstrated to have exceptionally significant healing properties and have showed promise in the treatment of autoimmune disorders such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis, among others.
VSELs are also being utilized to treat osteoporosis, which is an autoimmune illness, as well as a variety of other musculoskeletal disorders.
Telomerase, an enzyme that restores the DNA telomere ends, is secreted by VSELs. Every cell’s telomeres can be thought of as an aging clock. An anti-aging effect can be achieved by repairing telomeres. Some patients have characterized the experience as “giving the system a jolt of youth.”
VSEL procedures have the ability to aid in the healing of a variety of musculoskeletal injuries, including tendinitis and other long-term injuries. PRP therapy has even been shown to be useful in the treatment of tendonopathy in studies.
VSEL procedures may help combat aging and help you seem young at any age.
VSEL procedures have been used to help combat diabetes-related damage, including repairing insulin-producing pancreatic cells.
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