Stem cells: The future of Society
By: Tarik Alkaisi
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What are stem cells?
Where do stem cells come from?
The potential future of humanity in the biological field are stem cells. Stem cells come from two main sources. Embryotic stem cells come from embryos that have formed during embryological development. These embryotic stem cell are retrieved from a four to five day human embryo. The embryos are commonly the extras formed.
Stem cells also come from a different source. These specific stem cells are called adult stem cells. Adult stem cells naturally are from adult tissue. Some places where you can pinpoint adult stem cells are in the brain, bone marrow, blood, blood vesicles , skeletal muscles, the skin, and also the liver. Scientists believed that Adult stem cells were less useful because of their limitations with differentiation. However, evidence declares that Adult stem cells in fact can differentiate into other types of cells.