Stem Cells and Cloning

Stem cells are undifferentiated or unspecialized cells without a specific function because they have not yet changed into specific tissue cells. Stem cells are different to other body cells because during division they present the following characteristics:

  1. They produce new copies of themselves indefinitely.
  2. They produce new cells that under the right stimuli can develop into different tissues of which the human body is composed of.
  3. They can colonies and repair sick tissues or organs, replacing sick cells with healthy cells.

Cloning is a set of laboratory methods and techniques that allows us to reproduce any biological material as many times as we want, specifically cells, DNA, etc. We could say that cloning is the same as photocopying, that is, to make as many identical copies of something as we need. ery easily, what we want to clone are very special cells called stem cells.

 

    Related Conference of Stem Cells and Cloning

    March 15-15, 2021

    Genetics and Molecular biology

    Paris, France
    September 27-28, 2021

    15th International Conference on Genomics & Pharmacogenomics

    Vancouver, Canada
    December 07-08, 2021

    2nd World Congress on Cell and Structural Biology

    Sydney, Australia
    December 09-10, 2021

    2nd International Conference on Geriatrics and Ageing

    Sydney, Australia

    Stem Cells and Cloning Conference Speakers

    Recommended Sessions

    Related Journals

    Are you interested in