Stem cells have the ability to become any other type of cell that the body needs. Embryonic stem cells are taken from embryos. Unlike adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells can be programmed to create multiple copies of any type of cell in the body that is required; adult stem cells can only recreate a […]More
There has been a great deal of talk in the media in recent years about the success of stem cell research. But what are stem cells, really? This is a basic overview, hopefully in layman’s terms, to make this topic a bit more understandable. What are stem cells? Stem cells are unspecialised cells, which means […]More
We live in an exciting, fast-paced modern world, where technological and scientific breakthroughs are an every day occurrence. This is especially true in the world of medicine, where new, more effective treatments are being developed even second by second. If your laboratory wants to stay up to date, we recommend investigating the use of laminins […]More
Stem cells serve as internal repair systems that live in many tissues. They have the ability to develop into multiple cell types in a living person’s body. Stem cells can be induced to serve special functions. In your body’s organs such as your gut and bone marrow, these cells are often divided to replace and […]More
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