Welcome to the Future of Medicine and Research
Stem Cell Technology
Current Therapeutic Target
SMSbiotech is a San Diego-based biotech company utilizing a novel human stem cell to advance the field of regenerative medicine.
Currently, many conventional drugs and treatments address patients’ symptoms instead of the root causes of the disease. This approach can result in ongoing health issues like non-healing wounds or diseases we merely live with like Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). SMSbiotech’s patented regenerative technology intends to change this status quo. Its approach addresses the lack of ability of many patients to restore cells and tissues that have been damaged by disease, trauma, and aging in order to positively affect their quality of life and longevity.
The healthy human body has an innate ability to heal and the drive to protect itself. When the mechanisms that signal this response are impaired, the body needs assistance to restore that ability. SMSbiotech has established a newly discovered technology that is largely donor independent and ethically sourced from living, human adults.
By using the right source and tapping scientifically into that inherent mechanism for regeneration, therapies and treatments can be developed to assist the human body in healing.
- A novel, patented approach that produces unique human allogeneic adult Small Mobile Stem (SMS) cells.
- Manufactures cells for therapeutic use, at an industrial scale. These cells can successfully address chronic lung diseases such as COPD.
- Manufactures complex human extracellular matrices (ECMs).
- Manufactures ECMs for therapeutic purposes, such as wound healing.
- Produces human ECMs with unique angiogenic capabilities for use in research and development.
Who We Are
SMSbiotech was founded based on its revolutionary adult stem cell research. Through a combination of hard work and over three decades of experience in research and applications, we have been able to patent a new platform technology. Our technology will change the way that life science industries approach the research of cells, drugs, and toxins by providing a wide spectrum of medical applications.