BioBanking & Genomic Services

Banking your baby’s stem cells and perinatal tissues is one of the most important choices you’ll ever make for your child, and we’re here to help! You’ll find all the insights and information you’ll need to make the best decision for your family.

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Where do Stem Cells Come From?

Incredibly useful stem cells come from cord blood and tissue. Learn how we can safely collect and store your baby's stem cells.

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What is Exosome Banking?

Cord blood-derived exosomes are currently being studied in more than one hundred clinical trials for their potential use in numerous applications.

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8 Facts & Benefits of Cord Blood and Perinatal Tissue Banking

We've compiled a list of the top 8 facts and benefits any expecting parent needs to know about banking your baby's cord blood and perinatal tissue.

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CryoMaxx™ Placental Processing Unlocks the Full Healing Power of the Placenta

Americord’s unique proprietary CryoMaxx™ processing method uses a minimal manipulation method to isolate the amnion and chorion layers of the placental tissue.

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10 Must-Ask Questions When Comparing Cord Blood Banks

Choosing the best cord blood banking company can feel like a daunting task. You only have one chance to bank these vital cells. Here are top questions to ask.

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Should I Bank Cord Blood, Cord Tissue, and Placenta Tissue?

A newborn’s umbilical cord blood, cord tissue, and placental tissue have the power to do so much more than protect your baby in utero. But why bank all three?

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Should I Bank Each of My Child’s Stem Cells?

By banking each child’s newborn stem cells, you could be storing life-saving cells not only for them, but also their siblings.

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The Odds of Finding a Multiracial Match in a Public Cord Blood Bank

Finding a stem cell match in a public bank is increasingly difficult for multi-racial Americans: the likelihood of finding a match ranges from 29-79%.

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What is Placental Tissue 2.0™ Processing?

Americord’s proprietary Placental Tissue 2.0™ processing ensures that multipotent cells are retained, so there is better chance for multiple uses of the tissue.

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