How Stem Cells Work
How stem cells work
- When an area of the body is injured or not functioning properly, distress signals are sent through the bloodstream. These signals serve to recruit mesenchymal stem cells to the affected area.
- Once in the affected area, stem cells dock on other cells and begin to produce signalling proteins that work to regulate inflammation, aid in angiogenesis, and promote tissue repair.
- Stem cells then mature to carry out the functions of the cells that are needed. In this way, they compensate for the cells that are damaged, nonfunctional, or lacking to improve organ function, and consequently improve disease symptoms.
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