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There are hundreds of different types of cells in the human body. These cells are responsible for healthy functioning of our bodies. For example, they make our hearts beat, our brains think, our kidneys cleanse our blood, our skin to renew, and countless other functions. Stem cells are found in tissues and organs to make new cells. They are responsible for repairing our damaged tissues and routinely replacing other dead cells. The unique role of stem cells is to make these different types of cells. Stem cells are suppliers of new cells.

When stem cells divide, they can replicate themselves or transform into other cell types. For example, the stem cells in the skin may make more skin stem cells or differentiate to other skin cells with their own specific functions, such as melanin pigmentation. Due to these properties, stem cells are also known as restorative cells. Stem cells are housed in almost all of our tissues, while their own spare parts are found mostly in umbilical cord blood, bone marrow, and fat.

With their ability to replicate and transform into cells of other shapes and functions, stem cells remain distinct from normal cells. The most important thing to know about stem cells is their ability to transform into other types of cells, tissues and organs, thus fulfilling a vital task for the maintenance of the body's functionality.

When we are wounded or sick, our cells will either be injured or die. In such cases, stem cells are spontaneously activated.

Stem cells then enter into blood circulation to reach and repair damaged tissues and organs. They are like an army of microscopic doctors in our bodies. Today, stem cells are the most important agent used in the field of regenerative medicine.

In summary, stem cells are the main cell types that make up the tissues and organs of all multicellular organisms, can differentiate into different cell types, and renew themselves to produce more stem cells. The practical importance of a stem cell is its functionality .


A stem cell is defined as a cell with lifelong tissue regeneration ability. In this case, a stem cell represents the body's long-term ability to produce new blood and immune cells. Adult stem cells can be obtained from various tissues in the human body and, along with their embryological origin, have common features, including:

1. They can situate themselves into an appropriate growth environment,

2. They have the ability to multiply,

3. They may differentiate into other kinds of cells and produce cells of this type continuously,

4. They can renew themselves and maintain the population of their cell type,

5. Following an injury to a part of the body, they can repair the damaged tissue, regaining its functionality.

The stem cells in the body which have not yet differentiated, have unlimited division and self-renewal capabilities, and the ability to transform into any organ or tissue. Stem cells are transported to, and transformed into the damaged cell type to repair the damaged tissue or organ. For example, in a person who has had a heart attack they travel to the heart; when the liver is damaged, to the liver; or in case of injuries such as breaks, to the broken bone, and make the necessary repairs.


They will transform into whatever cell type is needed at the time. The period when stem cell count is highest, is the prenatal period passed in the mother’s womb. Later, as the age advances, the numbers decrease. Indeed it's known that, with aging, tissue and organ healing also decelerate.

Stem cells possess tremendous potential and they will probably have an increasingly important role in medicine over the next century. In fact, the process we call aging is simply the disappearance of the body's ability to renew itself, as the number of stem cells gradually decreases. When the growth rate of stem cells is accelerated, a person's life span can be extended 15-25 years

In the meantime, let's draw attention to this: while talking about increasing the number of stem cells in the body, at Infinity Regenerative Clinic, we do not talk about stem cell treatments that require regional and invasive techniques with short-lived results. Here, our approach is to increase the number of stem cells throughout the body, including the internal and external organs; causing them to reproduce in a way that will serve both natural and permanent youth. Just as the body does it.


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