Why Fat Stem Cells Are Becoming Popular

What is fat stem cells?

Fat tissue has a lot of blood vessels, making it a prime source of stem cells, and it is recognised that stem cells derived from adipose tissue are also particularly good at becoming cartilage and bone.

Stem cells are taken from fat tissue with a liposuction procedure. An enzyme mixture helps to separate the stem cells from oil and fat tissue, with the stem cells settling at the bottom of the vial.

According to research, fat-derived stem cells have a different lineage they can turn into, that is really cartilage and bone and other sort of connective tissues.

Because the procedure uses autologous cells, which are cells from the patient’s own body, there’s little to no chance of rejection by the body’s immune system.

Regenerative Potential of Adipose Tissue-Derived Stem Cells

The promising therapeutic effects of ADSCs have been considered beneficial in regenerative therapies for numerous disease processes. ADSCs are considered to be ideal for application in regenerative therapies for several reasons. 

Namely, they can be harvested, handled, and expanded in a minimal invasive, easy, and effective manner and have a high potential for differentiation into mature cells along the mesodermal, ectodermal, and endodermal lineage. 

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