Alternative Medicine

  • The Biology of Exosomes Exosomes are endosomal-derived EVs that range in size from 40 to 160 nm (average: 100 nm). Sequential dilatation of the plasma membrane eventually gives rise to multivesicular bodies, which may cross paths with other intracellular vesicles and organelles and add to the variety of exosome components. Read more:-[more]
  • All About Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cells! Since the discovery of stem cells, researchers have discovered that bone marrow mononuclear cells can come from a variety of sources, including circulating fibroblasts, mesenchymal stem cells, endothelial progenitor cells, mesenchymal stem cells, and hematopoietic stem cells. It is possible that PBMCs could develop into various lineages in various microenvironments given the presence of these various stem cell populations. Further. [more]
  • Diabetic Retinopathy – Symptoms, Causes, Stages and Treatment Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disorder that can affect people with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. When this develops, raised blood sugar levels harm the retina’s blood vessels. They have the potential to expand and leak. Alternatively, they could close, preventing blood flow. On the retina, abnormally new blood vessels can occasionally form. These various changes may ruin your vision. What. [more]
  • Stromal Vascular Fraction: A Review of Its Biology and Applications Stromal vascular fraction (SVF) is a term used to describe the heterogeneous population of cells found in the adipose tissue of mammals. The SVF includes various cell types, including adipocytes, preadipocytes, endothelial cells, pericytes, fibroblasts, and immune cells. In recent years, the SVF has gained increasing attention as a source of cells for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. [more]
  • Mononuclear Cells: The Secret Warriors of the Immune Response Mononuclear cells are a type of white blood cell that play a critical role in the immune response. They are characterized by their single, round nuclei and are involved in various functions, including fighting infection, removing dead cells, and regulating the immune response. In this article, we will provide an overview of mononuclear cells, including their structure and function, as well as their role in the. [more]
  • Impact of Cell Source on Tissue Engineering Applications In recent years, tissue engineering has shown tremendous promise for a wide range of applications, including regenerative medicine, drug discovery, and toxicology testing. However, the success of tissue engineering relies heavily on finding the best sources of cells to use in the process. The choice of cell source is crucial for the success of tissue engineering and can impact the efficacy and safety of the final. [more]
  • The terms hyperfixation and hyperfocus may conjure up images of the “flow state” that many people strive for, in which the outside world fades away as you enter a deep state of creativity and time appears to slow down as you complete your tasks. #hyperfixation #neurologicaldisorders Read more:-. [more]
  • Beyond Insulin: The Role of Diet and Lifestyle in Diabetes Management Almost 6% of the world’s adult population is surviving with Diabetes and by the end of 2025, around 70 million people will be facing this medical issue, in India itself. This makes India the diabetic capital of the world and to prevent this alarming situation, we need to seriously gear up by mending our food habits. So what should we eat and what should we not? Which foods are diabetes-friendly and. [more]
  • Stem Cells: Types, Sources, and Uses Stem cells are native cells present in the human body, with the ability to mature into numerous diverse cell lineages. These cells have the potential to repair damaged tissues and organs and are maybe the future of personalized medicine. 1: Types of stem cells 2: Sources of stem cells 3: 3D platforms for Biomedical Research Read more:-[more]
  • The Difference Between Oligospermia and Azoospermia Oligospermia and Azoospermia have commonly used words when we talk about male infertility. Nevertheless, for many people, these words will be meaningless. In simpler words, oligospermia means “insufficient sperm”, whereas azoospermia means “no sperm at all”. Read more:-[more]
  • Mint is also included in the juice for its potential digestive benefits. Mint has been shown to help relieve symptoms of indigestion and bloating, making it a useful addition to any diet. Cucumber and lemon are also important ingredients in Ikaria Lean Belly Juice. Cucumber is low in calories and high in water content, making it a great choice for those looking to lose weight. Lemon is a good source of vitamin C, which can help support the immune system and improve skin. [more]
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