What Are Stem Cells

About Stem Cells

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cells hold 2 characteristics: Firstly, the ability to self-renew (perform mitosis), this is a part of the cell cycle when replicated chromosomes are separated into two new nuclei. This gives rise to identical replicated cells. No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new cell types.

Secondly, to differentiate into specialized cells such as cartilage, heart cells, insulin-producing cells, liver cells, and neurons. This regenerative ability of stem cells makes them the ideal choice to tackle many of today’s chronic disease.

How Stem Cells Can Be Used With Therapeutic Benefit

 

Stem Cells hold multiple characteristics which can be therapeutically beneficial for many chronic diseases and in the quest to slow aging, in turn extending life. Some of these potentially beneficial characteristics are:

Immune Modulation: stem cells have the ability to modulate immune responses and control inflammation

Stimulatory Secretions: stem cells produce a range of various stimulatory secretions that aid in repair and regeneration

Repopulation of Stem Cell Pools: newly introduced stem cells with young biological age can repopulate our stem cell pools.

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