Stem Cell Biotechnology
There are several types of cells which come from one cell source. In the early stages of human development, these cells can become any tissue or organ - that is, they have not yet become specialized. These cells are called stem cells.
Stem cells have two important characteristics that make them different from other types of cells. All stem cells are unspecialized and renew themselves for long periods of time through cell division. Under certain biochemical cues they can be made to differentiate. The current trending research topics on stem cells are human stem cell and regenerative medicine, stem cell transplantation and its techniques, stem cell banking, tissue regeneration and Therapeutics.
- Track 1-1 Stem cell Biology
- Track 2-2 Human stem Cell and regenerative Medicine
- Track 3-3 Cancer and stem cell research
- Track 4-4 Stem Cell Transplantation & Techniques
- Track 5-5 Stem cell banking
- Track 6-6 Stem cell Embryology
- Track 7-7 Plant stem cells
- Track 8-8 Veterinary stem cell and their applications
- Track 9-9 Tissue regeneration and Therapeutics