Unicyte’s nano-Extracellular Vesicles instruct diseased cells how to correct themselves.

The Science of exosome communication networks to improve human health

Exosomes are membrane-derived vesicles that have been recognized as important mediators of extracellular communication: they carry lipids, proteins, mRNAs and microRNAs that can be transferred to a recipient cell via fusion of the exosome with the target cell membrane.

Advancing exosome science, we implemented full control of characteristics and function of HLSC derived nEVs

Human Liver Stem Cells (HLSC) can differentiate into various stem cells but no tumorigenic cells which is, what happens in other methods, for example with mesenchymal stem cells. In comparison HLSC are better suited for industrialization and medical applications.

Islets can have different capabilities depending on the damaged tissue which they naturally aim to reprogram.

Nano-Extracellular Vesicles speak the language of cells to regenerate organs, restore their function, and stimulate immunotolerance.


Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) are a major driver of extracellular communication in normal physiology and pathological conditions. When derived from stem/progenitor cells EVs have the therapeutic modality to mimic their parental cell function and can be used as an improved version (surrogate) for the stem cell–based therapy; a regimen that may overcome certain limitations and roadblocks.