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Exosomes are microscopic vesicles (vesicles), 50-150 nm in diameter, secreted into the intercellular space by cells of various tissues and organs. The main component of cellular communication in the body. THEY ARE NOT CELLS!
Exosomes are membrane-bound extracellular vesicles formed in the endosomal compartment of cells. Exosomes contain nucleic acids, proteins, lipids and metabolites. The content of exosomes varies depending on the cells of origin. They are intermediaries of near and far intercellular communication in health and diseases and affect various aspects of cell biology.
The EYESEL laboratory uses Reprosomes in its preparations - a cocktail of reprogramming factors in exosomes induced by a unique technology EntrTM
Exosomes secreted from fibroblasts during cellular reprogramming
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