Stem cells are basic cells that have yet to be delegated as a special type of cell. In the body, these cells divide to form additional cells known as daughter cells. The daughter cells either become specialized cells that have a specific purpose or they become new stem cells. Our advanced laboratories now have the ability to derive stem cells from amniotic tissues along with other tissue components to treat diseased, injured or degenerative tissue. The process is part of a medical specialty referred to as regenerative medicine.
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