Stem Cell and Genetic Clinical Research

Genetics is the fundamental basis of any organism so understanding of genetics will provide a powerful means to discover hereditary elements in disease etiology. In recent years, genetic studies have shifted from disorders caused by a single gene (e.g. Huntington’s disease) to common multi-factorial disorders (e.g. hypertension) that result from the interactions between inherited gene variants and environmental factors, including chemical, physical, biological, social, infectious, behavioural or nutritional factors.

Stem cell are undifferentiated organic cells that can separate into particular cells and can isolate (through mitosis) to deliver more foundational microorganisms. They are found in multicellular life forms. In warm blooded creatures, there are two expansive sorts of foundational microorganisms: embryonic undifferentiated organisms, which are confined from the inward cell mass of blastocysts, and grown-up immature microorganisms, which are found in different tissues. In grown-up life forms, undifferentiated organisms and forebear cells go about as a repair framework for the body, renewing grown-up tissues

  • Innovations in Genetic research
  • Discussion on latest research in Molecular Biology
  • Advanced research in stem Cells
  • Research in connective, muscle, nervous and epithelial tissues
  • Clinical Trials in Cancer Pharma Industry
  • Innovative Methods in Embryology Research

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