Molecular and Genetic Medicine

ISSN: 1747-0862

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Short Notes on Regenerative Medicine Using Genome Therapy


Waylen Gael*

Regenerative medicine is an interdisciplinary field of medicine that involves the repair, replacement or regeneration of tissues, organs or cells in the human body. It is a rapidly growing field that holds great promise for the treatment of a wide range of medical conditions, including chronic diseases and injuries that were previously considered untreatable. In this article, we will explore the basics of regenerative medicine, its current state, and the future possibilities it holds. Regenerative medicine involves the use of advanced technology to stimulate the body's natural healing process. It is based on the principle that the human body has an innate ability to heal itself, and that this healing process can be harnessed to treat a wide range of diseases and injuries. The field of regenerative medicine encompasses a wide range of approaches, including cell therapy, tissue engineering, gene therapy, and biomaterials. Cell therapy involves the use of stem cells to repair or replace damaged tissue, while tissue engineering involves the creation of new tissue from living cells. Gene therapy involves the use of genes to treat or prevent disease, and biomaterials involve the use of synthetic or natural materials to support tissue growth.


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