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BLL_2022_128

Title: Stem cells research prospects towards precision medicine
Author: Surbhi JAIN, Ajay Pal SINGH, Ashok KUMAR, Rohit SALUJA, Rajeev NEMA

Abstract: The human body possesses an endogenous regeneration system based on stem cells, which may be found in practically every tissue type. They are classified as embryonic stem cells (ESCs) or nonembryonic stem cells (NESCs). Despite its enormous promise, the use of ESCs is presently limited because of ethical and scientific issues. Stem cells have the potential to improve healthcare by using and boosting the body’s inherent regenerative capabilities. Although the stem cells offer an enormous promise for tissue regeneration and repair, much more about their biology, administration, and safety must be studied before they may be employed therapeutically. Stem cells and their derivatives will have enormous medical promise in the future. Current animal and laboratory investigations are looking into the viability of bringing stem cell therapy into clinical practice for regeneration in muscular dystrophy, intervertebral disc degeneration, cerebral infarctions, and transplantation medicine. This article delves into the many aspects at play, as well as current situation and possible issues with stem cell treatment in patient care and management (Fig. 1, Ref. 86).

Keywords: stem cells, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, stem cell application
Published online: 26-Aug-2022
Year: , Volume: , Issue: Page From: , Page To:
doi:10.4149/BLL_2022_128


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