Science of stem cells

  • September 25, 2020

    Science of stem cells

    Post Covid -19

    Despite all efforts that have been taken by the international community of healthcare professionals to stop the COVID-19 pandemic, this disease still represents an unprecedented challenge to the medicine with burning need of new approaches for treatment and prevention. Scientific studies revealed...

  • August 19, 2020

    Science of stem cells

    Stem cells – basic properties and clinical applications

    What makes stem cells so unique in contrast to all other cells of the body and why stem cell therapy is a promising treatment approach for a wide range of diseases? Somatic cells are building blocks of the tissues and organs of our body that can perform highly specialized functions. For example,...

  • August 14, 2020

    Science of stem cells

    Stem Сell Therapy for Liver Diseases

      Liver is responsible for multiple vital functions of the body. Despite the considerable progress by pharmacological industry, liver diseases are still regarded as a very serious medical issue often leading to significant life quality decrease. Mechanisms of liver diseases share common...

  • March 26, 2020

    Science of stem cells

    Stem cell therapy for lung fibrosis

    In some cases, after a successful recovery from severe coronavirus infection, patients can experience complications known as pulmonary fibrosis. This complication may occur as a consequence of long-lasting inflammation triggering a fibrotic process in the connective tissues of the lung and lead to...

  • January 8, 2020

    Science of stem cells


    Diabetes mellitus type 1 is a chronic disease characterized by the lacking of pancreatic insulin-producing cells (islet β-cells) due to autoimmune reactions. Unfortunately, this metabolic disease has been dramatically increased in many countries over recent decades.  Scientific studies have shown...

  • October 4, 2019

    Science of stem cells

    Autism Treatment with Stem Cells

    Autism is neurodevelopmental disorder that was earlier regarded as a rare condition, however the results of modern research are suggestive of the fact that autism is more common than it was believed. The symptoms of autism are speech defects, underdeveloped social skills, stereotypical behavior,...

  • August 22, 2019

    Science of stem cells

    Stem Cells Give Hope to the Patients with Age-Related Retinal Degeneration

    Vision helps us to see the beauty of the world or recognize the approaching danger. Eyesight is a vitally important part of human sensory system.  It is of paramount importance for studying, work, social networking and other parts of life.  Eyesight deterioration leads to significantly lower...

  • Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

    May 8, 2019

    Science of stem cells

    Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

    MS is an inflammatory autoimmune disease leading to tissue damage in the central nervous system. More than 25 million people are suffering from neuronal dysfunctions and cognitive deficits caused by this disease. What is the Mechanism of MS? To answer this question, we need to make a brief...

  • teeth

    April 19, 2019

    Science of stem cells

    New prospectives in dental regrowing

    Tooth loss is an issue that most people will face at some point in their lifetime. The dental implants can fail and have no ability to “remodel” as the surrounding jaw bone changes with age. The other problem with dental implants is healing times, vary widely from person to person, and require...

  • March 19, 2019

    Science of stem cells

    Anti-aging treatment with stem cells

    It is nowadays common knowledge that stem cells play key role in health maintenance throughout the life as they renew cell pools of different organs and tissues. Unfortunately, as we age, the number of stem cells gradually reduces, while their functional activity fades, which leads to accumulation...