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ETHICS AND RESEACRCH VERSUS EMBRYONIC STEM CELL

Embryonic stem cells are cells that are extracted from the inner cell mass of a blastocyst. A blastocyst is a structure, with a thin wall that contains a cluster of cells, which eventually gives rise to the embryo. The blastocyst stage is usually about four to six...

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STEM CELL TRANSPLANT

Stem cell transplant is the process of extracting stem cells from the body, preserved and then given to the same patient, or to another recipient. These cells can differentiate into various types of cells. They can differentiate into 1.Hematological cells: Red blood...

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STEM CELL BANKING IN 2017

Stem cells are cells extracted from people, and they can differentiate into other forms of cells. These ranges from hematological cells such as white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Also, they can differentiate into non-hematological such as mesenchymal...

The Role Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells In Health And Diseases

Mesenchymal stem cells are multipotent stem cells that could be gotten from the bone marrow, blood of the umbilical cord, fat tissues, and amniotic fluid. The term “multipotent” means that the mesenchymal cells are capable of differentiating into other forms of the...

THE BENEFITS OF THE STEM CELLS IN YOUR BABY’S UMBILICAL CORD

The umbilical cord is a connection between the fetus and the placenta. The components of the cord are umbilical arteries, vein, and jelly. The blood in the umbilical cord at birth is usually rich in stem cells. The stem cells are referred to as hematopoietic stem...

A STEM CELL PROCEDURE WITHOUT CONTRAINDICATIONS

Autologous stem cells are vital, most especially in auto-transplantation. They are the undifferentiated stem cells that are harvested from an individual, preserved, and then returned to the same individual. The cells have the ability to develop into the different type...