Commentary - Journal of Gastroenterology and Digestive Diseases (2022) Volume 7, Issue 5
New observations in regenerative medicine on Intestinal Stem Cells (ISCs).
Stem cell applications in tissue engineering will show considerable potential in producing custommade tissue/organs for clinical use. This paper covers a wide range of stem cell-based tissue engineering topics, such as neuron repair, cardiac patches, skin regeneration, gene therapy, and cartilage tissue engineering. This study is meant to be an educational resource for scientists and physicians working in disciplines other than stem cells and tissue engineering. It will offer information on various stem cell-based target tissue/organ repair techniques. Stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells in multicellular animals that can specialise into many types of cells and multiply endlessly to produce additional stem cells. They are the most primitive cells in a cell lineage. They can be found in both embryonic and adult organisms, but their characteristics differ slightly. Progenitor cells, which cannot divide endlessly, and precursor or blast cells, which are normally dedicated to developing into one cell type, are commonly distinguishedAuthor(s): Amar Dev