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Cellular Biomedicine Group Announces New Product Approved for Market in China and New Exclusive License
Date:10/30/2013

PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Cellular Biomedicine Group (OTCQB:CBMG) announced that their A-Stromal™ adipose stromal cell purification kit is ready to launch on the market in China. In addition, they have signed an exclusive China and Hong Long license for ProCeller computer controlled processing system to extract stem cells from adipose tissue. These two products, when used together, allow for safe and contaminant-free isolation of one million Vascular Stromal Cells per 1 mL of adipose tissue in as little as sixty minutes. The potential clients for both products are cosmetic clinics, research institutions, sports medicine departments and veterinarian clinics.

About A-Stromal™
The A-Stromal™ kit was developed completely in-house by Cellular Biomedicine Group, Inc. and is covered by two China patents. The China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) approved this kit as a medical device and it is the first certified product of its kind in China. It contains all critical reagents and material to purify Vascular Stromal Cells (VSC) or Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) from adipose (fat) tissue and includes detailed instructions for use and hands-on training.

Dr. William Cao, CEO of Cellular Biomedicine Group, Inc., explained, "The proprietary protocols of the A-Stromal™ kit provide a high concentration of VSC, averaging one million VSC cells per 1 mL of adipose tissue, with greater than 90% cell viability. This allows the doctor to extract a very small amount of adipose tissue from the patient in order to isolate enough VSC required for a therapeutic or cosmetic procedure."

The A-Stromal™ kits will be manufactured in Cellular Biomedicine Group's cGMP-certified facility in Wuxi, China
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