CorCell was a subsidiary of Cord Blood America Inc. (CBAI) and was located in Las Vegas. In addition to cord blood banking, the company offered cord tissue banking, which increases the amount of stem cells collected during processing.
In 2018, Cord Blood America Inc. was acquired by Califronia Cryobank, and CorCell became a part of its FamilyCord brand. California Cryobank and Cord Blood Registry were simultaneously acquired by an investment firm later that year, and FamilyCord and CBR merged under the Cord Blood Registry brand.
- CorCell’s storage facilities was located in Las Vegas, Nevada, and was the home to more than 25,000 stem cell units
- CorCell was registered with the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) and accredited by the AABB (American Association of Blood Banks)
- CorCell’s collection kit used CPD (citrate–phosphate–dextrose) as a preservative and keeps temperatures regulated as stem cells travel to the labs. Once it arrives, the umbilical cord samples are temperature verified for quality control
- CorCell’s cord blood units were stored at −196 degrees Celsius using cryogenic freezing
Client’s of Corcell can direct requests to Cord Blood Registry
1200 Bayhill Drive, 3rd Floor
San Bruno, CA 94066
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