Stem Cells Center

Stem cells are referred to as undifferentiated cells because they have not yet committed to a developmental path to form specific organ tissue. There are a variety of stem cell types, including:

  • embryonic,
  • fetal,
  • adult peripheral blood,
  • umbilical cord, and
  • induced pluripotent stem cells.
Researchers are currently examing the use of stem cells for use in many conditions, including: Read more: Stem Cells Article


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