Applications of Stem cell in Regeneration

Stem cells are defined as the undifferentiated cells, having self-renewal capacity throughout the lifetime and giving rise to terminally differentiated cells of various cell lineages. Their differentiation pathway is unidirectional, passing through the stage of lineage and finally generating differentiated cells. Adult stem cell differentiation is traditionally believed to be restricted to the tissue in which the stem cells reside (hematopoietic stem cells generate blood cells, liver progenitor cells produce hepatocytes). Hematopoietic stem cells are the most thoroughly characterized adult progenitor cells, mostly because of their easy accessibility and use for transplantation to treat malignant disease.
 
  • Stem cell in Bone regeneration
  • Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Eye sites
  • Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Diabetes
  • Stem cell in wound healing
  • Stem cell therapy in metabolic disorder
  • Stem cell therapy in Graft-versus-host disease (GvHD)

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