Rebuilding Human Ability to Regenerate Cells Inhibiting Anatomical Growth during Early Embryonic Stage


Authors : AAKASH KUKREJA

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7183837

Stimulating regeneration of complex tissue and organs after injury is one of curious topic that attract almost all young researchers and the possibility of revolutionise clinical medicine lies in these topics. The ability to regenerate during embryogenesis and early embryonic stage exist somewhere in the memory all organisms in the form of DNA encoding. Many earlier research conducted show us clear potential of re-growth occur by various Mesenchymal stem cells , progenitor cells and Morphogenic proteins that we easily found in bone marrow, some of the best example is of research conducted in regeneration of mice earlobes, human limb generation , lizard phylogeny etc . In this research proposed we will dig deep, try to explain and find answers of certain niche: How to effectively modify human wound environment to induce regeneration and to establish a functional interface with a bioengineered artificial organ or structure. Mesenchymal growth zone / artificial Bio-reactive growth zones generation one of the most curious question about how to generate it. Using Nerve Signals for Specific Tissue Regeneration Problem arises while using stem cell for organ development and expected solution from this research method.

Keywords : We take our view point towards regeneration of human organs and create such type of artificial womb like growth zones which perform major

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