Stem cells for osteoarthritis treatment don’t grow on trees

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Stem cells for osteoarthritis treatment don’t grow on trees



Adult stem cells that are capable of self-renewal and differentiation have been located in almost all human tissues including bone marrow, fat, heart, brain, muscle, skin, eye, kidneys, lungs, liver, gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, prostate, breast, ovaries, and testicles. Tissue specific stem cells can generate new differentiated cells and repopulate the tissue they came from. This means they are capable of repair in the event of damage. Of these stem cells, the ones that come from bone marrow appear to show the most plasticity and differentiation potential and probably are the best at tissue repair.
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