Stem cells are cells with self-renewal and multiple differentiation potential properties in the human body and have the potential function of regenerating various tissues and organs and the human body. They are called the “all-purpose cells” in medical fields.
Stem cells are mainly derived from embryos, fetal tissue (umbilical cord blood, umbilical cord, amniotic membrane, etc.), bone marrow, tooth pulp, and adipose tissue, etc.
Under certain circumstances, stem cells can be induced to differentiate into more than 220 types of functional cells that make up the human body, such as a neuron, hepatocytes (liver cells), and cardiomyocytes (heart cells). Stem cells are the source cells that form all kinds of tissues and organs in our body.