What Should Know About Stem Cells Fact

Umbilical cord blood (Stem Cells)

Cord blood is the blood that remains in the umbilical cord and Placenta after birth. Umbilical cord blood is discarded routinely with the placenta and umbilicus Rope. The blood in the umbilical cord is a rich source of it. Stem cells are the building blocks of blood and your immune system. Stem cells have the ability to differentiate into other types of Cells in the body, thus leading to all tissues, organs And systems in the body. Stems cells in cord blood for the child is genetically unique. The child and his or her family.

Because of the ability of it to di
fferentiate into other types of Tissue cells in the body and can develop cures for diseases Like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and diabetes to name a few. Umbilical cord blood stem cell biological value Resources that researchers can use to investigate possible Future applications of stem cells in cord blood.

Cord blood banking

The rope “blood bank” process whereby the umbilical cord blood Stem cells are saved for potential medical uses. Cord blood banking involves the collection, Processing and storing cord blood.
Includes group based on umbilical cord blood Umbilical cord, using a syringe or bag collection method, after Has cut the umbilical cord. Incorporate processing cord blood test to determine
What if they meet the eligibility criteria and removing and blood-red Cells or plasma that will not be needed transplant. Involves storing cord blood unit stored in vinyl or A plastic bag it frozen in liquid nitrogen.

There are two types of cord blood banks. First there’s the banks family, which stores the navel
Cord for family use. Secondly, there is the General donor banks, which store Cord blood for use irrelevant or non-family. General use. Each parent has the option to save their baby’s cord blood
Use family, while only a few people may be able to To donate cord blood stem cells for their child.

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Stem cells in cord blood

There are three sources of it: bone marrow, peripheral Blood (which is the blood that circulates in the body) and Cord blood. Stem cells in cord blood, however, differ from other types of
Stem cells. Freezing these cells, aging or damage these cells Barred, which usually occurs later in life. Cord blood stem cells also multiply more than Adult stem cells, such as those in the bone marrow.

The information in this article is for educational purposes Only and is not intended to medically diagnose and cure or treat any Disease. Consult a health care practitioner before starting any Health care program.

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