Storage Security

TICEBA guarantees maximal protection and security for the stem cells stored in our "Bio-Safe" as well as quick availability at any time.

TICEBA - Storage Security

 

Laboratory Analyses

In the context of storage, we arrange for many different examinations with regard to possible viral infections on a blood sample obtained from you. This is to guarantee the health of your stem cells from the very beginning.

In addition, the skin tissue with the stem cells contained therein is obtained by a physician in surgical sterile conditions. Any further steps also take place in sterile conditions. 

 

Gentle Conservation

The freezing procedure is carried out by specific computer-operated equipment, which gently conserves the skin cells as well as the valuable stem cells.

 

Secure Storage

The stem cells are stored in special cryotanks with liquid nitrogen. Storage is exclusively carried out in the gaseous phase. Our cryotanks work independently from electric power supply. Nitrogen supply for the cooling system is therefore guaranteed failsafe around the clock.

 

Secrecy and Data Protection

We are of course subject to patient/physician confidentiality and data protection. We guarantee absolute confidentiality of the information stored with us. Your stored tissue is only available to yourself exclusively . No one but you may dispose of the material.

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License

Besides the authorization to manufacture a human medicinal product in accordance with § 13 (1) of the German Medicinal Products Act (AMG) for autologous mesenchymal stem cells, TICEBA is also authorized to manufacture a medicinal product for allogeneic mesenchymal as well as allogeneic limbal ABCB5 + stem cells following a recent extension. For more information click HERE.

Clinical Trial

Together with our subsidiary RHEACELL we are recruiting patients with the indication chronic venous ulcer (CVU) for the clinical trial in phase 1/2a. For more information click HERE.

The Story of Stem Cells

Review our category "The Story of Stem Cells" with the newest topic "Stem cells in wound healing" HERE.

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