Exosomes

Exosomes

Exosomes are the extracellular membrane vesicles secreted by the fusion of the restricted membrane of multivesicular fusion bodies of various cells. They are released with the cytoplasmic membrane and are of the size of 30-200 nm when quantified with the help of Nano sight technology. When observed under the electron microscope, they appear to be cup-shaped or as bio concave discs. Recently, research regarding exosomes and their cosmetic and biomedical applications is in high demand, due to their ability to transport endogenous cellular material like proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, miRNAs, and other informative material. These extracellular vesicles play a major role in intercellular communication, diagnosis of disease, and identification of markers in disease prognosis. Thus, extracellular vesicles are considered important tools for clinical diagnosis and treatment. Currently, exosomes isolated from cancer cells and therapeutic stem cells are in demand for research purposes.

Thus, considering this increasing demand, Kosheeka has come up with an extensive range of exosomes isolated from various types of cancer cells, stem cells as well as tissue-oriented cells. These exosomes can be used in the case of immunotherapy, as biomarkers, for therapeutic applications, and as active ingredients for cosmetic purposes. All the exosomes that we offer are characterized with the help of relevant antibodies. We aim to provide you with high-quality exosomes to accelerate the progress of your project and open up new horizons.

The exosomes are minuscule, ultrafine particles with the potential to carry important cellular information from one cell to another cell. The exosomes isolated from various primary cells can be used as an ideal drug delivery system with the application of disease prognosis, targeted therapeutics, and in cosmetics as active ingredients Read more…

As we all know, cancer has become a major threat to human health currently. Studies have confirmed that the tumor microenvironment plays a key role in cancer progression, metastasis, and relapse. This is generally achieved through internal cellular communication, which is identified to be critical in different pathological processes Read more…