Treat Parkinson's disease with neural stem cells
What exactly is Parkinson's disease? In fact, this is an acute platinum that does not have a threat to life because its symptoms do not progress very quickly. Therefore, even if you observe that you may have some early symptoms of the disease, or suspect that you have got platinum, you do not need to worry too much. You should keep a good state of mind and treat it positively, it can be cured.
The discovery of neural stem cells and the establishment of in vitro culture techniques have shown promising future for the treatment of Parkinson's disease and other neurological diseases by cell transplantation. Neural stem cell transplantation in the treatment of pd animal model has achieved some success, neural precursor cells transplanted into the striatum of pd rats, transplanted neural precursor cells within the brain dopamine neurons differentiation, the rats' athletic ability is also improved partly, but the brain damage can't seem to determine the directional differentiation of neural precursor cells directly. Nerve cells that are transplanted into the monkey's brain grow axons that synthesize dopamine, which improves animal behavior. In the early 1990s, there was also a breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson's disease with fetal brain transplants, when Swedish scientists implanted dopaminergic precursor neurons from human embryos into patients' brains, and their symptoms improved significantly and persistently. Neural stem cells cultured in vitro are no longer have the ability of splitting and proliferation after removal of silk to crack the original molecules, after being transplanted into the body, is affected by the brain microenvironment and differentiation into mature nerve cells, the implanted cells will not stimulate immune system of the host, won't produce immune rejection, also won't lead to the formation of tumor which all contribute to the success of neural stem cell transplantation in the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
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