Alocuro regenerative medicine technologies offer a revolutionary approach in modern medicine. we currently deliver autologous blood products  but are also looking to the future for complementary products that will accelerate and enhance the body’s own natural healing process to repair and regenerate injured tissue.

Fibrin Kit (Platelet Rich Fibrin - PRF)

Platelet rich fibrin (PRF) is a fibrin matrix in which platelet cytokines, growth factors, and cells are trapped and may be released after a certain time and that can serve as a restorable membrane. PRF represents a new revolutionary step in the platelet gel therapeutic concept. Unlike other platelet concentrates, this technique does not require any reagents but centrifugation of the natural blood without additives. We are currently developing a 'spin-protocol' to maximise accumulated platelets and released cytokines in a fibrin clot.

Mesenchymal Stem Cell

Bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells, (MSC) are cells that are extracted from the patient's bone amrrow. The MSC 's can differentiate into a variety of cell types including bone, cartilage, muscle, and adipose tissue. Finding methods to improve the potential of these cells is a key factor in regenerative medicine. Anecdotal findings have shown that stem cell transfer works best when combined with PRP as it contains powerful growth factors and signalling chemicals that 'instruct' the stem cells on what cell types are required to repair the degenerative of damaged tissue . Current studies are underway to explore the effects of PRP on Mesenchymal stem cells and we are working on devices that will aid in this process. 

Wound Healing - PRP Activator MA-01

The healing process after any surgical intervention, or wounds as a result of trauma or ulceration, has always posed a challenge for doctors. In spite of the advances in wound closure techniques and devices, there is a crucial need for newer methods of enhancing the healing process to achieve faster skin closure. Fibrin adhesives and platelet concentrates have proven useful in various treatment modalities in the fields of microvascular and plastic surgery. We are working with clinical researchers and biomedical engineers to improve PRP and PRF techniques for enhanced skin wound healing.