Stem-Cell Transplantation The process of infusing stem cells in body to replace damaged or diseased organs. Cell Migration Assays Migration of immune cells as per the stimuli and inhibiting the immune cells by immunosuppressive factors Cell Differentiation and Cell Immortalization Cell differentiation is the process of organs formation from cells while cell immortalization is the process of cell formation from any mutations.
Regeneration and Repair Regeneration is the process of developing the lost parts where repair is to heal dead tissue.
Regenerative Medicine The medical study to replace, repair or regenerate the lost tissues or cells. Regen Med Res, 4, E1 References 1.
Organ Regeneration The process of renewal, restoration, and growth of organs. Regenerative medicine is, by current definition [ 1 ], the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.
Cord blood has been studied as a treatment for diabetes. Embryonic Stem Cells Pluripotent cells derived from blastocyst inner wall that can proliferate in to immune cells. After four days of seeding, the graft was used to replace the patient's left main bronchus.