CelltiX Nebulizer

How CelltiX Help Reduce Symptoms of COVID-19?

We have prepared a slot for the CelltiX CSR Program for the first 50 people who want to try it. If you are interested in joining this program, please click on the button next to it.

RESEARCH TEAM FROM ​CELL TISSUE TECHNOLOGY

COLLABORATION WITH RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES

In addition, many leading universities and research centres in Malaysia are actively involved in conducting research on the potential of bioactive factors for clinical use. Among them are:

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