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Microlyzer

THE HISTORY OF ADIPOSE TISSUE AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE & THE IDEA OF MICROLYZER

The adipose tissue is known as one of the most important sources generically for “stem cells”. ASCs are isolated at the point of care from the lipoaspirate tissue as the stromal vascular fraction. The most common isolation method requires the use of collagenase enzyme thus adipose stem cells are able to be isolated using various techniques however some of the methods are being considered more than “minimally manipulated” by current good manufacturing practice requirements. Alternatively, mechanical isolation methods are set to demonstrate whether the possibility of isolation of ADSCs. The design of Microlyzer offers 2-way connectors of Microlyzer catridges with luerconnectors for syringes. One side syringe with lipoaspirate is affixed and the other side there is a vacant same volume syringe is attached. The Microlyzer cartidge is a nest fort he bladefilters. The blade-filters are 2400 to 600 microns. The device requires 3 steps of cutting of lipoaspirate for mechanical separation of the cells from the ECM