Driwan stem cell information center(continiu)

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Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA
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with
 
THE MIGHTY GOD BLESS
 
 
CELL
 
lets we look
how wonderfool and exciting
 
the mighty GOD CREATION
CELL NOT THE SMALLEST P;ART OF OUR BODY BUT
THE BIGGER IMPORTANCE PART OF OUR REGRERATIVE POTIAL
LOOK AND LEARN CAREFULLY
MANY APPARART INSIDE CELL
 
 
 
CELL CONSIST
 
CELL MEMBRANE
with microvilli,
phagocyte vesicle,
cillia and secrotory villia
 
CYTOPLASM
vesicles
peroxisomes
lysosome
lysosome fusin with incoming phagocyte vesicle
mitochondria
free rebosome
golgi apparatus
microtubule network
centrosome and centriole
 
ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULYM
 
NUCLEUS
 
inside found
NUCLEOLI
 
INSIDE THE APPARAT CONSIST MANY CHEMICAL WHICH
CONTROL OUR REGRENATIVE FUNCTION TO PROTECT OUR CELL FROM
INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL EXPOSUE
CALL
DNA
CCONSIST
 
 
 
 
AGTC
 
ADENINE
 
GUANINE

Thymine

“Thymine (T, Thy)”  

Thymine Structure

Thymine

In our body’s cells, Thymine (T, Thy) is a Pyrimidine derivative, one of the Nitrogenous Bases (Nucleobases) in the Nucleic Acid (Polynucleotide) of DNA. 

Thymine (5-methyluracil)

Thymine (T) is also known as (5-methyluracil).

 

“Thymine → Uracil”  

 

Thymine (T) is also known as (5-methyluracil) and may be derived by methylation of Uracil (U) at the 5th carbon.

 
 

 
THYMINE
 
CYSTOSINE
 
 
FIVE CHEMICAL CHAINS
 
MILLION EXIST
 
 
STILL IN RECSEARXH TO BUILT
 
 
THE HUMONGENOM
 

he human genome is the complete set of genetic information for humans (Homo sapiens).

This information is encoded as DNA sequences within the 23 chromosome pairs in cell nuclei and in a small DNA molecule found within individual mitochondria. Human genomes include both protein-coding DNA genes and noncoding DNAHaploid human genomes (contained in egg and sperm cells) consist of three billion DNA base pairs,

while diploid genomes (found in somatic cells) have twice the DNA content. While there are significant differences among the genomes of human individuals (on the order of 0.1%), these are considerably smaller than the differences between humans and their closest living relatives, the chimpanzees (approximately 4%[1]) and bonobos.

Genomic informations
Karyotype.png

Graphical representation of the idealized human diploid
karyotype, showing the organization of the genome into chromosomes.
This drawing shows both the female (XX) and male (XY) versions of the
23rd chromosome pair. Chromosomes are shown aligned at their

centromeres. The mitochondrial DNA is not shown.

 NCBI Genome Id.   51
 Ploidy.   diploid
 Genome size.   3,234.83 Mb
 Number of chromosomes.   23 pairs  

The Human Genome Project produced the first complete sequences of individual human genomes. As of 2012, thousands of human genomes have been completely sequenced, and many more have been mapped at lower levels of resolution. The resulting data are used worldwide in biomedical scienceanthropologyforensics and other branches of science. There is a widely held expectation that genomic studies will lead to advances in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and to new insights in many fields of biology, including human evolution.

Although the sequence of the human genome has been (almost) completely determined by DNA sequencing, it is not yet fully understood. Most (though probably not all) genes have been identified by a combination of high throughput experimental andbioinformatics approaches, yet much work still needs to be done to further elucidate the biological functions of their protein and RNA products. Recent results suggest that most of the vast quantities of noncoding DNA within the genome have associated biochemical activities, including regulation of gene expression, organization of chromosome architecture, and signals controlling epigenetic inheritance.

The haploid human genome contains approximately 20,000 protein-coding genes, significantly fewer than had been anticipated.[2][3]Protein-coding sequences account for only a very small fraction of the genome (approximately 1.5%), and the rest is associated with non-coding RNA molecules, regulatory DNA sequencesLINEsSINEsintrons, and sequences for which as yet no functionhas been elucidated.[4]

 
AND
 
 
RNA
IF THE SYSTEM CANNOT REVANCE ADAINS THE EXPOSURE WE BECAME SICK AND OUR CELL AND THE SYSTEM BECAM DAMGE FASTLY BECAME ACUTE DISEASE
AND SLWLY BECAME CHRONIC DISEASE
WHEM W WE SURVIVE AND BECAME OLDER
THE SYSTEMIC STARTING TO DEGRETIV AGING
WE MUST PROTECT WITH
STEM CELL OR GENETIC REGERATION
 
 
 gen therapy more difficullt
 
like many years research still not many found like indonesian eijkman lab by prof DR Sangkot done
 
better to used
stem cell
 
is basically any cell that can replicate and differentiate.
This means the cell can not only multiply,
it can turn into different types of tissues.
 
 
There are different kinds of stem cells.

All Stem Cells Have Three Main Properties:

1. They can divide and renew themselves for extended periods of time.

2. They can morph into specialized cell types.

LIKE

cancer stem cell

liver ca stem cell

 

skin stem cell control eilepsy

 

 hemopoetic stem cell

pancreas stem cell

renal stem cell

 

cardiac stem cell

 

3. They are unspecialized (which allows them to be a blank slate for morphing into specialized cells).

There are three main types of stem cells and, depending on the source, they are all harvested differently.

1. “embryonic stem cell.”

 
 
 
Most people are familiar with or have heard the term “embryonic stem cell.”
 
These are cells from the embryonic stage
 
2the “pluri-potential” cells
 
 
 
that have yet to differentiate – as such, they can change into any body part at all.
 
These are then called “pluri-potential” cells.
Because they are taken from unborn or unwanted embryos, there has been considerable controversy surrounding their use.
 
3.the “adult stem cell.”
 
 
Another kind of stem cell is the “adult stem cell.”
 
This is a stem cell that already resides in one’s body within different tissues.
 
a. In recent times, much work has been done isolating bone-marrow derived stem cells.
 
b.These are also known as
 
 
 
“mesenchymal stem cells”
because they come from
1) the mesodermal section of your body.
 
2)They can differentiate into
a)bone and cartilage,
b)and probably all other mesodermal elements,
such as
(1) fat tissue
(2), connective tissue
(3), blood vessels,
(4) muscle
(5) and nerve tissue.
 
hemopoetic stem ceel
 
 
 
 
 
WHAT WERE THE DFFERENCE BETWEEN  EMBRIONIC  AND ADULT STEM CELL?
 
 
 
A.DIFFERENT EXPANTION
 
1) EMBRYONIC STEM CELL
WHOLE BONE MARROW  DERIVED NESENCHYMAL,HEMOPOETIC AND ENDOTHELIA PROGENITOR TRANSCRIPT FACTOR MICRO RNA’S REPROGRAMMING(B) TO REPAIR CELL
 
2)ADULT STEM CELL
 
BISIDE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL
PLUS ADDED HUMORAL FACTOR HOMING(D) TO REPAIR CELL
1)CIRCULATING STEM CELL
2)RESIDENT STEM CELL
3)FIBROBLAST
 
 
 
WHAT IS THE PROBLEM OF STEM CELL THERAPY?
 

This will depend on the type of degenerative condition you have.

A specialist will evaluate you and discuss whether you’re a potential candidate for stem cell therapy.

If after you’ve been recommended for treatment, had an opportunity to understand the potential risks and benefits, and decided on your own that you would like to explore this avenue of treatment, then you can be considered for treatment.

Of course, even though it’s a minimally invasive procedure, you will still need to be medically cleared for the procedure.

a potential candidate for stem cell therapy.

Stem Cell Therapy For Joint And Soft Tissue Injuries

Stem Cells Therapy Is Helping People With Their Golf Game

Dr. Brandt is one of a select few physicians in the country to be trained in a groundbreaking, minimally invasive technique that is saving many patients from undergoing difficult joint replacement surgery. 

Stem cell therapy relies on the body’s own natural healing abilities to repair tissue in affected joints. This technique begins by taking a patient’s own stem cells found in adipose (fat) tissue, concentrating the cells into a small injection, and then reintroducing them into the area of concern.

This process stimulates the body to repair and replace tissue that has disintegrated over time or been traumatized from injury or overuse.

 

How does Adult Stem Cell Therapy work ?

Cell therapy is simply helping your body do what is does naturally.

If you get a cut on your skin, stem cells in your blood go to that cut. They lodge in the damaged tissue and receive signals from the adjacent damaged tissue.

The stem cell responds

by sending out it own signals to the body.

It requests materials,

like proteins,

to rebuild what was damaged,

to regenerate the tissue,

the natural healing process.

Modern stem cell therapy is the process of finding the adult stem cells that are best at repairing specific damaged tissue, be it vascular, heart, neurological, pancreas, etc.

These specific cells are isolated in the lab, cultured, multiplied and activated.

They are your repair cells, your DNA and know how to fix you.

Then the doctor puts them back into your body, targeted to the damaged tissue.

This can be by IV, direct injection into the heart muscle, direct injection into damaged spinal cord, direct injection into the pancreas or direct injection into the area of the brain damaged by stroke.

The stem cells can do two things. Differentiate and mature into that type of tissue – a nerve cell, heart muscle, cartilage or whatever.

They can also help support other cells resident in that tissue to mature into healthy cells. In some case both situations may occur. This process is still being investigated and holds the key to future medical treatments. One thing for sure is that adult stem cell therapy is being used today to treat somebody with a similar condition you are concerned about. Contact us and we can help guide you to the best available therapy today

Is Adult Stem Cell Therapy safe ?

Yes, autologous stem cell procedures for adult stem cell therapy are totally safe as the cells come from your own body.

There cannot be any problems of rejection because they carry the patient’s own DNA.

 

How are the stem cells taken from the body and what happens ?

A small amount of tissue is taken from bone marrow, blood, fat, or skin.
The procedure is simple and minimally invasive.
This sample is then sent to a laboratory where the stem cells that are needed are isolated and harvested into the many millions that are required to be therapeutically effective.
 

How did I feel after treatment ?

Stem cell therapy is your body repairing itself. Immediately after treatment patients usually feel the same, maybe a little more optimistic about their recovery. Again, depending on your condition, for some neurological conditions patients have seen improvement in a matter of days and felt better. For example, slurred speech improvement or tremors. Doctors will tell patients the body usually takes 3-6 months for cellular repair activity to take place in damaged tissue or organs. Check out what patients have to say that have your condition.

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