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Platelet Activation with Pure Autologous Activated Human
Thrombin Serum Natural Autologous Biological Glue

Tropocells® autologous activated Thrombin Rich Serum (TRS™) technology enables the physician to easily
use the patient’s pure autologous thrombin in order to use the thrombin alone or to activate the thrombin
with the patient’s concentrated platelets (PRP) to release growth factors which stimulate, accelerate and
upgrade the body’s natural healing processes in specific localized surgical sites.

The Tropocells® TRS™ product is a red capped tube containing a patented separation gel without an added anticoagulant.

Tropocells® pure PRF is prepared by taking either a 12ml or 23ml blood from the patient, then separating platelets from Red Blood Cells and Granulocytes via centrifugation. The clot that is formed is placed on the surface of a wound or is packed into a cavity or sinus.   Platelets will be formed in a PRF matrix. As the clot dissolves, growth factors and other bioactive components in this milieu of autologous material, are released. The Tropocells® PRF is generated without the addition of activating substances.

injected to the treated site or added to the PRP/PRF for the purpose of activating platelets.

The Tropocells® Natural Autologous Biological Glue Preparation Method

Tropocells® Autologous glue is naturally prepared form the patient’s own blood and composed of:
Cellenis® PRP is safe and effective, versatile, non-allergenic, and offers virtually no downtime or
side effects.

Autologous fibrinogen (already
being an integral part of the
PRP/PRF)

TRS - Autologous Thrombin Rich
Serum.

The rapid and simple procedure reflects a method in which autologous thrombin in the patient’s serum can be used to activate platelets. As a matter of fact, the autologous thrombin in the patients serum can effectively activate platelets which leads to the stimulation of tissue regeneration, repair and maturation. The Tropocells® Fibrin Glue is a natural therapeutic method which is mainly used to reduce the risk for contamination and immunological response of using commercially available fibrin glue alternatives, stop bleeding, seal wound edges and also designated for scaffolds in tissue engineering.

TRS Preparation

1

Collect blood directly into Tropocells PRP
vacuum tube containing separation gel and
anticoagulant

2

Immediately Centrifuge
for 15 min at 1500g

3

Gel separates platelets from PPP, RBC
and granulocytes.
Platelets reside on top of the gel.
Insert the vented needle into the tube

4

Insert a syringe to collect the TRS serum

5

TRS is ready to use

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