Academic Journals In Regenerative Medicine

One of the complications is that regenerative medicine has grown out of a good deal of prior activity. This includes surgery, surgical implants, such as artificial hips, and increasingly sophisticated biomaterial scaffolds. It also draws on hospital procedures such as bone marrow and organ transplants and it relates to tissue engineering. Organ transplants often demand immune-suppressing drugs and metal hips can become loose with time, engineered tissue scaffolds can provoke inflammation and bone marrow sources are variable mixtures that also can be contaminated quite easily by the nature of the cell aspiration procedure.The central focus of regenerative medicine is human cells. .There appears to be a progression in interest through this sequence. It is driven by the limitations in availability of most specialist somatic cells and the restriction in the expansion of adult stem cells together with their heterogeneity from sources such as bone marrow. Human embryos are not an ideal source from a technical point of view, leaving aside the ethical and moral issues. For this reason, obtaining pluripolent cells in another way is attractive. This progression entails the transfer of genes to human cells and this could bring regenerative medicine and gene therapy closer.Though inevitably the pioneering phase leading towards regenerative medicine has been marked by some failures, there are now sound commercial products for skin ulcer and sports injury damage to the cartilage of the knee

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