The Missing Link For Effective Regenerative Medicine: A Novel Source Of Highly Differentiable Stem Cells
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Amanda Baracho Trindade Hill, MSc, is a veterinarian with five years of research experience in stem cell biology and embryology. She is currently enrolled in a joint degree PhD with the University of Montreal, Canada, and Sao Paulo State University, Brazil, and completed her Master’s in animal reproduction at Sao Paulo State University.

She has published work in cell proliferation and tissue and cells, and is the author of a book. Her research expertise includes stem cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology and reproduction.

                       

The Missing Link For Effective Regenerative Medicine: A Novel Source Of Highly Differentiable Stem Cells

Consider the field of regenerative medicine, a field which has the primary aim of harnessing the regenerative and healing processes already present in your body to help heal injuries, ward of disease, and slow down the aging process. The typical process for a regenerative medicine treatment is to isolate stem cells from a healthy part of the body, expand those cells in vitro, and deliver them to the site of the injury. A seminal problem is that, currently, most stem...

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