Stem Cell Growth

Monday, May 8, 2017

Stem cells are found in all multi-cellular organisms. Basically two types of stem cells are found: These are the pluripotent and multipotent. Stem cell growth, in general, depending on their prototype has the capability to generate different types of cells in the body. And the growth of these cell stems may function like a natural replenishing system for the body promoting repair and nurturing other cells during the rest of life span.

 

When a stem cell gets divided, each of the new cells is termed as the daughter cell and in course of time each of the daughter cells becomes either a stem cell or turn into other specific type of cells with specific function. For example, brain cell, red blood cell or a muscle cell.

 

The discovery of stem cells and their growth potential has unveiled its scope in multiple areas of health and medical research. The study of the stem cells has revealed the mystery of the creation of the specialized cells out of these mother cells. The analysis of this cell division process on the other hand have been able to explain our inherent cell division process, its pattern, and correlated contribution of cell division in our development and over-all growth of the body.

 

The insight on the growth potential of stem cells has opened a new avenue for medical treatments. Doctors collect highly plastic adult stem cells from different sources such as the umbilical cord blood, bone marrow and such for different medical therapies. Embryonic cell lines and autologous embryonic stem cells can be regenerated through therapeutic cloning process and the possibility of these generating processes is expected to unhinge new possibilities of medical treatments and repair processes.

 

Stem cells are now counted as a potential resource for multiple medical benefits. The stem cells have also opened a new possibility for recovery in the area of medical organ transplantation. For instance, donated organs and tissues are often used to replace the diseased and destroyed organs. But there are several instances where the unavailability of fresh organs makes the transplant uncertain and complicated.  According to researchers, meticulous use of the Pluripotent stem cells can solve this kind of situational intricacy by regeneration of new tissues and cells. This transplantation can treat countless incurable diseases like the injuries to the spinal cord, heart diseases, arthritis, diabetes, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and many more.

 

It is expected that while working on and analyzing the stem cell growth closely, scientists in near future, may be able to replace damaged organs or consider the addition of new genes to the stem cells. These may prove to be beneficial to implant necessary immunity power required for the treatment of a disease by developing the auto immune power of the patient.

 

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