Cell-El. The ASD, Bio-marker, Stem Cell Connection
Cell-El research of diagnostic bio-markers is unraveling the mysterious cause of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and paving the way for promising stem cell therapy.
Your child’s participation in Cell-El’s successful clinical diagnostic study of young children is paving the way to targeted effective therapy.
Cell-El delves beyond the behavioral observation of ASD to its underlying biological mechanisms. Our diagnostic findings provide the rationale for targeted treatments. Stem cell treatments have been successful and received clinical approval for many similar conditions.
Cell-El’s research shows an important association between the immune system and ASD. These findings are the basis for targeted treatments. For more information please read our Diagnostics page.
The entire procedure takes less than an hour. It involves:
- Signing a consent form
- Filling out a medical questionnaire with a team member
- Drawing about 5 ml venous blood
- The child does not have to fast
The diagnostic test involves drawing about 5 cc of venous blood and this standard procedure has minimal risk.
Cell-El’s team has been researching the connection between ASD, immune dysfunction and stem cells for about a decade. We have published our research and submitted protocols to international regulatory authorities.
Cell-El plans on launching a therapeutic study. Please fill in the form below to receive updates.
We look forward to your participation in the Cell-El diagnostic test and future therapy options. Please read the information below and fill out the appropriate form.
- Male and female children
- age 2-12 years
- Diagnosed autism spectrum disorder (ASD) according to Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)-IV (299.00) or DSM-V (299.00).
- Informed consent signed by the parents
- Children that have been treated with systemic steroids or have undergone immune suppression treatment over the last 6 months.
- Children diagnosed with severe infectious diseases or sepsis over the last 6 months.
- Children diagnosed with mild infectious diseases (including common cold, ear infection, etc.) over the last month
- Children with ASD treated for a severe convulsive disorder.
- Children with hematological or malignant disorders
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