Stem Cells 101

Discover the possibilities of stem cells for the future of medicine. Umbilical cord blood, umbilical cord tissue, placenta tissue provide infinite possibilities for the future of medicine.

  
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HSCs and MSCs: What is the Difference?

Learn about the difference between HSCs and MSCs, including where these stem cells come from, their differentiation ability, and other benefits.

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Your Stem Cell Cheat Sheet: Stem Cell Basics, Types & Uses

What are stem cells? What are different types of stem cells? Our cheat sheet can help you learn all of the basics you need to know about stem cells

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Facts About Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells & Their Benefits

Learn more about umbilical cord blood and cord tissue stem cells, how they can benefit your entire family, their potential future uses and how to save them.

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MSCs: Characteristics, Advatages Over Other Stem Cells & Applications

Learn more about Mesenchymal stem cells, their ability to differentiate into a variety of cell types, possible uses to treat diseases and illnesses and more.

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Stem Cell Vocabulary Cheat Sheet

Stem cell lingo can be a challenge. Check out our stem cell vocabulary cheat sheet that you can keep by your side as you do your cord blood banking research.

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Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Matching And Stem Cell Transplants

Most stem cell transplantation starts with matching a patient with a donor via HLA typing (or tissue typing). Learn more about HLA typing & how it's performed.

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