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Old 03-02-2012, 01:38 PM
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I hear you. Seems interesting 'if' it actually works.
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I know a company that sells it.Its not a new thing. Been out for years. Ive got other products form them. Comes from overseas and takes a few weeks.
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and you are probably right. I am not a genius when it comes to stem cells. It was something new I came across and looked interesting.


How Long Do Stem Cells Live?

ScienceDaily (Mar. 1, 2011) — When patients receive a bone marrow transplant, they are getting a new population of hematopoietic stem cells. Fresh stem cells are needed when a patient is low on red blood cells, as in anemia, or white blood cells, which can be caused by cancer or even cancer treatments such as irradiation or chemotherapy. The problem is that a bone marrow transplant might not succeed because the transplanted stem cells don't live long enough or because they proliferate too well, leading to leukemia.
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To help determine how long a bone marrow (stem cell) graft will last, researchers at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute (Sanford-Burnham) have developed a mathematical model that predicts how long a stem cell will live and tested those predictions in a mouse model. The study, led by Christa Muller-Sieburg, Dr. rer. nat., was published online the week of February 28, in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

"It has long been assumed that stem cells are immortal -- they continue to self-renew, thus generating more stem cells that collectively can outlast an individual's life," said Dr. Muller-Sieburg, professor in Sanford-Burnham's Stem Cells and Regenerative Biology Program. "But now we have found that each stem cell is pre-programmed to self-renew only for a set amount of time that, in mice, ranges from a few months to several years. So we created a computer program that predicts that lifespan."

Researchers drew blood from transplant recipients, took a few initial measurements of the mature white blood cells generated from the transplant, and entered those parameters into a computer program that predicts their lifespan. This information was then compared to the stem cells' true lifespan. Some stem cells lasted five months and others more than three years, but again and again the computer program predicted survival time with surprising accuracy.

Dr. Muller-Sieburg and her colleagues found that stem cell self-renewal is strictly regulated to successfully negotiate a precarious balance: too much self-renewal results in leukemia, while too little leads to bone marrow failure. This new understanding now allows them to better predict the conditions that lead to normal stem cell proliferation.

Not only are these findings relevant to bone marrow transplants, they could also have implications for regenerative medicine. The safety and efficacy of using embryonic and other stem cells for tissue regeneration will depend on harnessing and precisely controlling their proliferative capacity. By providing a better understanding of how stem cells proliferate, and when they die, this lifespan prediction program could help improve their therapeutic potential for diabetes, Alzheimer's disease and other conditions.

Mathematical modeling has other benefits, too. According to lead author Hans Sieburg, Dr. rer. nat, "Computer simulation allows us to generate a hypothesis, make predictions about what should be true, and then better plan our experiments in a way that requires fewer animal experiments."

This study was funded by the National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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Predicting clonal self-renewal and extinction of hematopoietic stem cells

Predicting clonal self-renewal and extinction of hematopoietic stem cells

Hans B. Sieburg1,
Betsy D. Rezner, and
Christa E. Muller-Sieburg

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Stem Cells and Regenerative Biology Program, Sanford–Burnham Medical Research Institute, La Jolla, CA 92037

Edited by Stuart H. Orkin, Children's Hospital and the Dana–Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Boston, MA, and approved January 25, 2011 (received for review August 4, 2010)

1To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: hsieburg@sanfordburnham.org.

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A single hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) can generate a clone, consisting of daughter HSCs and differentiated progeny, which can sustain the hematopoietic system of multiple hosts for a long time. At the same time, this massive expansion potential must be restrained to prevent abnormal, leukemic proliferation. We used an interdisciplinary approach, combining transplantation assays with mathematical and computational methods, to systematically analyze the proliferative potential of individual HSCs. We show that all HSC clones examined have an intrinsically limited life span. Daughter HSCs within a clone behaved synchronously in transplantation assays and eventually exhausted at the same time. These results indicate that each HSC is programmed to have a finite life span. This program and the memory of the life span of the mother HSC are inherited by all daughter HSCs. In contrast, there was extensive heterogeneity in life spans between individual HSC clones, ranging from 10 to almost 60 mo. We used model-based machine learning to develop a mathematical model that efficiently predicts the life spans of individual HSC clones on the basis of a few initial measurements of donor type cells in blood. Computer simulations predict that the probability of self-renewal decays with a logistic kinetic over the life span of a normal HSC clone. Other decay functions lead to either graft failure or leukemic proliferation. We propose that dynamical fate probabilities are a crucial condition that leads to self-limiting clonal proliferation
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Not saying it is REAL but saying hmmmmmmmmm.....maybe

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How Long Will a Stem Cell Face Lift Last?


How Long Will a Stem Cell Face Lift Last?

Do the signs of aging have you interested in a stem cell facelift but you wonder if the results are fleeting?

As one of the latest face lift procedures to become popular in cosmetic medicine, the stemcell facelift has undeniably created a lot of buzz. Physicians and potential patients alike are turning to this new face lift without surgery method as a ground-breaking alternative to face lift surgery, but you may be wondering if the results are only temporary like some alternatives to face lifts or if they are truly lasting. Fortunately for all candidates considering a stem cells face lift, current research indicates that stem cell therapy for face is a long-term, natural fix to wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging.

Many common non surgical face lift options, such as Botox or hyaluronic acid fillers, may smooth out wrinkles and add fullness to your face without the downtime, expense, and risk of facelift surgery, but these non invasive face lift procedures are only temporary fixes. Without frequent and repeated injections, your skin quickly returns to its original state.

Conversely, research has shown that stem cell injections do not need repeated maintenance, because they change and improve the natural composition of your skin for a more long-term transformation. Once injected into the skin, stem cells are able to develop into facial fat tissue, naturally smoothing fine lines, erasing wrinkles, and providing a fuller, more youthful appearance that lasts! Truly one of the best non surgical face lift treatments, stem cells offer the permanence of facelift surgery without the complications, recovery, downtime, or risk.

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In theory this should work....practically? I'd say, ''maybe''.
I would take into account as many of these possible and add epithalon. It works for me.... As does BPC157 thrilled with BPC as it rebuilt ankles!!!! Epithalon for ten days 10 mugs day, is turning my hair darker as well two common male pattern baldness spots filling in.....I exaggerate, NONE
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