1908

Alexander Alexandrowitsch Maximow

In a major breakthrough in 1908, Russian histologist Alexander Maksimov proposed the term “stem cell” for scientific usage.

1958

Medical Radiological Research centre

The Medical Radiological Research centre (MRRC) was established in Russia.

1969

Alexander Yakovlevich Friedenstein

Mesenchymal stem cells were first discovered by Alexander Yakovlevich Friedenstein.

1974

Anatoly Konoplyannikov

Dr. Anatoly Konoplyannikov, Head of Cell and Experimental Radiology Therapy Department at MRRc conducted more than 5,000 clinical trials for mesenchymal stem cells.

2011

Alexei Gladkov

Kintaro Cells Power CEO Alexei Gladkov establishes AV-Cells in Singapore and adapts stem cell technology from MRRC for the Southeast Asian market.

2013

Singapore

Singapore Lab is established for stem cell production.

2014

Kintaro Cells Power

Company is renamed Kintaro Cells Power and more than 200 successful treatments are performed.

2016

New branches

New branches are established in Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines and Indonesia.

2017

Achieved first patent

Joint research project established with Tokyo Medical University on the difference between young and old stem cells. Achieved first patent for ‘cellular cultivation method’ Opening of offices in Cambodia and Dubai Trademarks approved in Japan, South Korea, Russia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Philippines and Vietnam.

2018

Hong Kong

Application in progress for patents. New lab and office in Hong Kong.