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THE FUTURE OF CELLULAR COMMUNICATION IN THE

HEALING

AND REGENERATION OF THE BODY

Featuring new groundbreaking advancements with Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA).
Applied science for regeneration is the functional mechanism of the Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA).
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dG Medical Group partners with local medical research Institutions to perform innovative research on the regenerative properties of Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) and their contents. Together with our researchers, we are laying the foundation for the development of clinical PDPA products.

 

Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) are multipotent cells that have the ability to differentiate into different cell types, such as bone cells, cartilage cells, fat cells, and muscle cells. Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) possess immunomodulatory properties,  meaning, among other things, that they can regulate the immune response. 

Placentally Derived Protein Arrays (PDPA) are considered advantageous compared to other sources, such as bone marrow or adipose tissue, due to their non-invasive collection process and their abundant supply. The collection PDPA's does not involve any harm to the mother or the baby, as they are typically obtained from the umbilical cord after the birth of a baby.

 

This ground-breaking research and technology is now available to you as a research drug status for clinical medical data collection purposes. 

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PRODUCTS:

New Groundbreaking Advancements With
Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA)

Applied Science for Regeneration

The use of Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) represents a new frontier in regenerative health solutions. Regenerative medicine is an emerging field and little is known about this in the public sphere outside of the existing cutting-edge innovative research. 

Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) play a role in intercellular communication and can carry bioactive molecules, such as proteins, nucleic acids, and lipids. In regenerative medicine. Placentally Derived Protein Arrays (PDPA) are being investigated for their potential to promote tissue regeneration, modulate immune responses, and deliver therapeutic payloads to target cells.

Studies have shown that treatments with Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) show similar or better results when compared to stem cell treatment. Based on this information, it is thought that stem cell treatment facilitates its beneficial effects. By using Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) directly, we can eliminate the injection of stem cells which is known to cause potential issues during treatment.

Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) are the functional mechanism of the regenerative process. Due to the fact that dG Medical Group's Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) are a cell free product, they avoid the common risks associated with live cell biologics. 

As with any emerging field of medicine, regulatory bodies and authorities have an important role in ensuring the safety and efficacy of Placenta- Derived Protein-based therapies. The FDA has recently notified the industry that all regenerative medicine products intended for clinical use must go through their regulatory process. 

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DISTRIBUTORSHIP

dG Medical Group has recently obtained access to Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) products developed by a University-based group & associated partners for distribution...

Quality

Our manufacturer of Placentally Derived Protein Array (PDPA) are third party tested to validate component concentrations.

Consistency

Our manufacturers processes and meticulous standards ensure product consistency every time!

Regulations

All of our products are rigorously tested through the same batch safety testing as used in the pharmaceutical industry.

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