Sessions

May 18-19, 2023    Rome, Italy

5th International conference on

Stem Cell, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Sessions

Stem Cell

Cell Science Research contemplates cells – their physiological properties, their structure, the organelles they contain, associations with their condition, their life cycle, division, demise, and cell work. Stem Cell 2023 focuses on different aspects of Stem cell technologies.

 

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine is an application of Stem cell Research that harnesses the potential of tissue engineering to stimulate the repair mechanism of the body and restore damaged tissues and organs. Therefore, the development of disease-specific therapies and treatments by exploiting the remarkable Properties of Stem cells holds hope for improvement of the quality of life and survival of patients with chronic disorders.

 

Tissue Engineering

Tissue engineering is broadly utilized as a part of the biomedical area for the recovery and repair of ailing or injured tissues. Stem Cell 2023 focuses on different aspects of Stem cell technologies. Tissue building tends to tissue and organ disappointment by embedding common, manufactured, or semisynthetic tissue and organ impersonate that are completely useful from the beginning or that develop into the required usefulness. The field at first cantered around skin counterparts for treating consumes, yet an expanding number of tissues compose are presently being built, and also bio-materials and platforms are being utilized as conveyance frameworks effectively.

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem-cell treatment is the utilization of stem cells to treat or anticipate a malady or condition. Bone marrow transplant is the foremost broadly utilized stem-cell treatment, but some therapies determined from umbilical cord blood are also in use.

Cell and Gene Therapy

Cells are the essential building blocks of all living things, and genes are often found deep within cells. Genes are small sections of DNA that carry genetic information and directions for creating proteins, which help build and maintain the body. Every person has around 20,000 genes and two copies of every one of their genes—one from each parent. Small variations in genes end in differences in people’s appearance and, potentially, health. Genetic diseases happen when a critical piece or whole section of DNA is substituted, deleted, or duplicated. These changes are called genetic mutations. Some serious genetic diseases caused by genetic mutations are often passed to future generations.

  1. AAV-based therapies
  2. CAR-T cell therapies
  3. CRISPR-based technologies
  4. Gene regulation therapies

The use of Stem Cells for COVID-19 Therapy

There are now numerous uses and investigations for experimental stem cell therapy in severely ill COVID-19 patients, particularly MSC therapy. MSCs are produced from the mesoderm and ectoderm during the early stages of embryonic development, and they have gotten a lot of press because of their multidirectional differentiation capability, immunomodulatory capabilities, and lack of ethical issues. The first trial of stem cell treatment in COVID-19 found that administering intravenous clinical-grade MSCs to 7 COVID-19 patients improved their functional results and promoted rehabilitation. stem cell treatment offers extensive clinical application possibilities and a far-reaching relevance thanks to the ongoing exploration of stem cell clinical research and data mining. It is also expected that as stem cell therapy advances, more COVID-19 patients with severe diseases will be saved, and more lives will be saved.

Stem Cell Transplantation to avoid Cancer

Stem cell transplants are used to replace bone marrow cells that have been destroyed by cancer or destroyed by the chemo and/or radiation used to treat cancer. There are different kinds of stem cell transplants. They all use very high doses of chemo to kill cancer cells. But the high doses can also kill all the stem cells a person has and can cause the bone marrow to completely stop making blood cells for a period of time. In other words, all of a person's original stem cells are destroyed on purpose. But since our bodies need blood cells to function, this is where stem cell transplants come in. The transplanted stem cells help to "rescue" the bone marrow by replacing the body’s stem cells that have been destroyed by treatment. So, transplanting the healthy cells lets doctors use much higher doses of chemo to try to kill all of the cancer cells, and the transplanted stem cells can grow into healthy, mature blood cells that work normally and reproduce cells that are free of cancer.

Effect of Aging on Stem Cells

The functions of aged stem cells become impaired as the result of cell-intrinsic pathways and surrounding environmental changes. With the sharp rise in aging-associated diseases, the need for effective regenerative medicine strategies for the aged is more important than ever. Fortunately, rapid advances in stem cell and regenerative medicine technologies continue to provide us with a better understanding of the diseases that allows us to develop more effective therapies and diagnostic technologies to better treat aged patients. However, there is a big ethical concern regarding the use of human embryos to procure embryonic stem cells, and many countries already currently restrict experiments on embryos to the first 14 d. Additionally, the International Society for Stem Cell Research has issued guidelines advising researchers across the globe to stick with this 14-d window. Nevertheless, it seems that human stem cell research in the next decade will likely bring enormous progress in the aging-associated disease therapies but may also reach a step closer to the edge of ethical concern in the creation of “Frankenstein”.

3D bioprinting using Stem Cells

3D bioprinting using stem cells has shown much research progress in multiple organ systems, as discussed in this review. Common challenges faced in multiple organ systems include vascularization, viability, and scalability. Tissue engineering using 3D bioprinting technology has promising clinical potential for organ regeneration.

Applications of Stem Cells

Following are the important applications of stem cells:

Tissue Regeneration
This is the most important application of stem cells. The stem cells can be used to grow a specific type of tissue or organ. This can be helpful in kidney and liver transplants. The doctors have already used the stem cells from beneath the epidermis to develop skin tissue that can repair severe burns or other injuries by tissue grafting.

Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
A team of researchers has developed blood vessels in mice using human stem cells. Within two weeks of implantation, the blood vessels formed their network and were as efficient as the natural vessels.

Treatment of Brain Diseases
Stem cells can also treat diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s. These can help to replenish the damaged brain cells. Researchers have tried to differentiate embryonic stem cells into these types of cells and make it possible to treat diseases.

Blood Disease Treatment
The adult hematopoietic stem cells are used to treat cancers, sickle cell anemia, and other immunodeficiency diseases. These stem cells can be used to produce red blood cells and white blood cells in the body.

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