@jauhar123 | Posted 01 Aug. 2019
Stem cell research isn’t new, but its conjunction with modern technological advancements is opening new doors. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), or in layman’s terms, stem cells, are precursor cells with no specific function in the body.
This implies a large scope of their utilization for a variety of cures. From differentiating into ***** or cartilage tissue to ***** or any other connective tissues, these cells can take any form. They have a significant role in the process of repair of body tissues in the human body.
Stem cells show tremendous potential in understanding and treatment of a range of diseases, injuries, and other conditions. These cells have latent raw prowess and may be called multi-potent because they have the potential to divide or change into the tissue cells needed in the area of injury.
For instance, blood stem cells are used to treat diseases of the blood. This kind of therapy helps in saving numerous lives that have fallen victim to leukemia. Use of hip stem cells in Dallas’ s stem cell research centers are common for tissue grafts, necessary in treating diseases or injury of the *****, skin or surface of the eye.
These centers involve rigorous clinical trials involving stem cells to unlocking the mystery behind stem cells and make major breakthroughs in advanced surgical treatments and therapies. These procedures use state-of-the-art techniques that are very ethical and safe.
Stem cells are collected from ***** marrow, ***** tissues of hips and abdomen and placenta or umbilical cord tissue, the later setting off placenta cell therapy research.
Stem cells from ***** or ***** marrow are referred to as adult stem cells. They help in the regeneration of tissue naturally in the affected areas like joints. These cells normally aid the immune system and work with it to replace skin and tissue when the body undergoes any kind of trauma.