Stem cells, which have now been revealed to be far more plentiful in adipose tissues than in bone marrow, can be multiplied in GMP-compliant special laboratories and used to treat a variety of ailments.
What is a Stem Cell?
Our bodies contain hundreds of various types of cells that are vital to our wellbeing. These cells are in charge of keeping our bodies running on a regular basis. They, for example, keep our hearts beating, brains functioning, kidneys cleaning our blood, skin rejuvenating, and so on.
The distinct function of stem cells is to generate all of these diverse types of cells. Stem cells provide us with new cells. They can make them from themselves or from other cell types when they divide. Skin stem cells, for example, can produce more skin stem cells or specialize into other skin cells with distinct functions, such as melanin pigment production.
The Importance of Stem Cells for Our Health
There are many different cells in our organs, and when stem cells become damaged cells in tissues or organs, they turn into those cells and treat the organs and tissues. They are responsible for repairing our damaged tissues and routinely replace other cells that die. They provide healing or regeneration in the area they are directed to. Stem cells, whose ability to divide is unlimited, are the permanent protectors of our body.