What are stem cells?

Adult stem cells are found in many organs in human body. Stem cells perform as a repair mechanism for the body by not only replenishing specialized cells but also helping to maintain the normal turnover of organs, blood, skin or intestinal tissues.

They have the potential to develop into many different or specialized cell types. Science has uncovered that the rejuvenation of stem cells does not only combat major illnesses but also revolutionizes anti-aging.

Stem cells are the sources of rejuvenating your organs. Because they must feature two most important properties at the same time:

  1. They can self-renew, meaning they can divide and make more of the same cells
  2. They can potentially become other cell types.

For example a blood stem cell can give rise to more blood stem cells as well as become white blood cells, T cells and B cells.

What is a stem cell?

A single Mesenchymal Stem Cell has the ability to: