The dental pulp is highly vascularized connective tissue, obtained easily from the milk tooth. It primarily consists of four distinct zones namely, the peripheral odontogenic zone, intermediate cell-free zone, cell-rich zone, and the pulp core. The peripheral odontogenic zone is the niche containing specialized columnar odontoblasts cells that mainly produce dentin. The cell-rich zone contains a good heterogenous population of cells, mainly fibroblasts, macrophages, endothelial cells, and proliferating mesenchymal stromal cells. Even the pulp core is populated with mesenchymal stem cells, dendritic cells, and macrophages which are particularly important for in vitro research in modern dentistry.
We have standardized technologies to isolate specific cells from the proposed source and are offered in their purified form to be able to use readily for specific applications, either research or therapeutics. Each batch of cells is quality controlled, as per regulatory guidelines for their morphology, growth rate, marker characterization, and microbial contamination. If the product is to be used for therapeutic application, the cell sources are reviewed for infectious markers including HIV 1/2, HCV, HBV, and HTLV 1/2, etc.