Stem cell therapy, artwork

Stem cell therapy, artwork

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Credit: CLAUS LUNAU/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Stem cell therapy. Artwork showing stem cells (in green cylinder) being added to a patient's bloodstream in the region of the liver (brown). A stem cell is a precursor cell that is capable of differentiating to form specialised cell types. Stem cell therapies for liver disorders such as cirrhosis involve obtaining stem cells from bone marrow. These stem cells can then be added to either the portal vein (blue) or hepatic artery (red). The stem cells are then taken up by the liver, where they develop into new liver cells that replace the function lost from liver damage.

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