Stem Cells Transplant for Renal Failure in Diabetics

What are stem cells?

Stem cells are biological cells and have the ability to self-renew and differentiate into any type of cells. The ability of self-renewal means that stem cells maintain the undifferentiated stage through numerous cycles of cell division. The ability of differentiation means that stem cells are able to give rise to any mature cell type. Stem cells are derived from the tissues and then cultivated artificially. Under the right condition in the body or laboratory, stem cells can divide new cells and differentiate into desired cells to replace the desired cells so that the goal of repairing tissues.

How doses stem cells treat renal failure in diabetics

After being infused into body, stem cells will move to the damaged kidneys area and divide new cells. Stem cells can differentiate into kidney cells to replace the damaged cells. All kidney disease is caused by the damaged kidneys cells. New kidney cells will replace the damaged kidney cells. Stem cells can restore the kidneys through regenerating new kidney cells.

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