Extracellular Vesicle 

A leading provider of extracellular vesicle (EV)-related research products and services, you can rely on our expertise for proprietary highly concentrated EVs whether you are using our products for any downstream or upstream processes.

Until recently, exosomes were thought to simply be a cellular component responsible for offloading cellular waste. In the past ten years, cellular biologists have come to realize that exosomes, a type of extracellular vesicle, are in fact of enormous biological interest. Exosome release is a regulated process and these vesicles play a role in cell signal transduction. They may also be involved in tissue regeneration. Exosomes have been implicated in multiple diseases and disorders including cancer, cardiac dysfunction, inflammation, and an impaired immune response. Now, exosomes are considered an exciting field of cellular biology with possible real-world clinical applications.

With years of experience providing exosome research products and services, you can rely on our highly purified and highly concentrated extracellular product known as ExCyte™.