Webinar on

Stem Cell Research

June 24, 2021

Stem Cell


Webinar on Stem Cell Research is gladdened to invite all the contributors all over the world to be a part of the honored culmination which will be held on June 24th, 2021. This Webinar is prepared for an energizing and enlightening meeting program including discrete techniques, protocols, unlike sessions and various innovative approaches about stem cells research, Cancer therapy which hopes to join Professors, Researchers and Technocrats all over the world and share/ gain their immense experiences in the field of “Stem Cells Research ”.

As we know it’s being a very inclining subject at present in modern technology which gives a brief explanation on stem cell development their isolation and culture experimental technologies and optical molecular imaging, positron emission tomography and computed tomography. 

 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 the 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.


1. Properties of Stem Cells:

 The classical derivation of a stem cell acquires that it possesses two properties:

Self-renewal: The ability to go through various cycles of cell growth and cell division, also called as cell proliferation, which helps in maintaining the undifferentiated state. Two mechanisms ensure that a stem cell population is maintained:

1. Asymmetric cell division: A stem cell divides into one mother cell, which is similar to the original stem cell, and other daughter cell, which is transformed. When a stem cell self-restore, it divides and does not disrupt the undifferentiated state. This self-restored demands control of cell cycle as well as upkeep of multipotency, which all depends on the stem cell.

 2. Stochastic differentiation: When one stem cell grows and divides into two different daughter cells, another stem cell undergoes mitosis and forms two stem cells similar to the original. Stem cells use telomerase, a protein that restores telomeres, to protect their DNA and extend their cell division limit.

 2. Mesenchymal stem cells:

 Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are known to be multipotent, which are only seen in adult tissues like in the muscle, liver, bone marrow. Mesenchymal stem cells usually function as structural support in various organs as mentioned above, and control the movement of substances. MSC can differentiate into various cell categories as an instance of adipocytes, osteocytes, and chondrocytes, derived by the mesodermal layer. Whereas the mesoderm layer provides an increase to the body’s skeletal elements, such as relating to the cartilage or bone. 

3.  Stem Cell Treatment:

Stemcellresearch-2021 focusing on different aspects of Stem cell technologies. For more than 30 years, bone marrow has been utilized to treat growth patients with conditions, for example, leukemia and lymphoma; this is the main type of stem cell treatment that is generally practiced. Amid chemotherapy, most developing cells are killed by cytotoxic specialists. These operators, be that as it may, can't separate between leukemia or neoplastic cells, and the hematopoietic stem cells inside the bone marrow.

4.Pluripotent Stem Cell-Based Cancer Therapy:

Radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery are the three customary strategies for controlling the spread of disease, which, albeit viable, may neglect to dispense with neoplastic cells or cancer stem cells that support a creating tumor. Moreover, the absence of specificity of these methodologies and the harm to generally sound tissues may prompt serious dreariness and, in extraordinary cases, mortality. Stemcell2021 focusing on different aspects of Stem cell technologies.  

5. Stem Cells and Biology:

Stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells that can vary into different types of cells where they are usually distinguished from progenitor cells, which cannot divide indefinitely, and precursor or blast cells they exist to refill rapidly lost cell types and are multi potent or unipotent, meaning they only transform into a few cell types or one cell type. The first therapy using stem cells was a bone marrow transplant performed by French oncologist Georges Mathe in 1958 on five workers at the VinAA a Nuclear Institute in Yugoslavia who had been attacked by a very critical accident, where they all survived.



  • Properies of Stem Cells
  • Mesenchymal stem cells
  • Cancer and Tumour Immunology
  • Blood cancer treatment and therapy
  • Stem Cells