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From initial blood draw to state-of-the-art stem cell storage





Join Cellbiotix & receive your kit

Have your blood drawn

Access your cells when you need them


How do I get my blood drawn?

Your Health Care Provider will collect your blood sample and package the kit for delivery to our lab for processing. In about two weeks the results of your stored materials will be sent to your health care provider.

How does Cellbiotix
secure my stored cells?

Our bioprocessing laboratory and storage facility is Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified, ensuring proper handling and secure storage of your biological samples for years to come. Temperature-regulated storage devices (including freezers and liquid nitrogen dewars) are individually alarmed, monitored around the clock, and backed up by onsite electrical generators. Our facility houses millions of samples and is trusted by the National Institutes of Health, as well as the largest pharmaceutical companies in the United States.

What are stem cells?

Stem cells can develop into different types of specialized cells meant to carry out unique functions. They are found throughout the body, in a wide range of organs and tissues. Your body uses stem cells to fight infections, repair damage and even rebuild broken-down tissue. There are four general types of stem cells: embryonic, tissue-specific, mesenchymal and induced pluripotent. 

Here at Cellbiotix, we are most interested in tissue-specific stem cells (especially those found in blood) and induced pluripotent stem cells, or IPS cells. IPS cells can be programmed to produce virtually any cell type in the human body — blood cells, brain cells, pancreas cells, heart cells and more. This gives them amazing potential to help treat many diseases, including certain forms of age-related blindness, Parkinson’s disease and heart disease. 

Take the next step in protecting your health by storing your cells now

Your investment today could be your body’s most potent medicine tomorrow.

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