What is SuperShot® PRP?
Why doesn’t the standard PRP process concentrate EVs?
How does SuperShot® work?
Is SuperShot® solution included in the PRP?
Is SuperShot® PRP autologous?
Are plasma extracellular vesicles a therapeutic component of PRP?
Could the therapeutic effect of plasma extracellular vesicles vary between patients?
Why are plasma extracellular vesicles interesting?
What is the regulatory status of SuperShot® PRP?
Does the SuperShot® isolated fraction contain exosomes?
Low-density extracellular vesicles (EVs) are isolated from platelet-poor plasma with the SuperShot® PRP process.
Distinct types of EVs are isolated and added to PRP. 845 billion unique extracellular particles (169B/mL) with an average diameter of 130nm were isolated from 5cc of platelet- poor plasma by the SuperShot® PRP process.
IMAGE: Extracellular fraction isolated from platelet-poor plasma by SuperShot® PRP analyzed by the NanoSight imaging device.
The Extracellular Fraction isolated using the SuperShot® PRP process from
Platelet- Poor Plasma stimulated Mesenchymal Stem Cell growth
in 5 days of cell culture, indicating that the extracellular fraction isolated by
SuperShot® PRP supports stem cell growth.
IMAGE: Bone marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells cultured for 5 days in control conditions, or with the addition of the Extracellular Fraction isolated from platelet-poor plasma produced from the SuperShot® PRP process. A dual spin PRP centrifugation system was used to process peripheral whole blood from a healthy donor.