What is a Stem Cell?

The most extraordinary cells in the human body are STEM CELLS. Stem cells are different from specialized cells in that they have the unique ability to convert into a multitude of different sorts of cells. Stem Cells can actually regenerate and replace damaged cells in the body. This has opened the doors for medical research that otherwise would not be possible. [read more]


Out of all cells known to science, Stem Cells have the widest range of possible benefits for humans and other members of the Animal Kingdom. From illness and injury to vitality and cosmetic applications, Stem Cells are most probably the #1 key to improving comprehensive quality of life for all Earthlings.

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What is Stem-Kine?

Every moment of every day, your body is in a state of pre-disease, pre-illness, and depreciation due to ageing and environmental factors. Stem-Kine is a revolutionary product that ramps up the the production of Stem Cells by your body to promote a state of health and wellness that is out of reach for most people. [read more]

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From Massage Therapists to Medical Doctors and from Chiropractors to Nutrition Consultants --- Health Care Professionals agree that Stem Cell research and the practical applications are improving the quality of life for all. Please browse our database of those professionals who are dedicated to helping their clients achieve optimal health and wellness. [read more]

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A Stem Cell Story

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Stem Cell Research

From 1908 when their existence was first hypothesized and the name “Stem Cell” was coined, it was then 70 years before definitive proof of their existence was shown in 1978.  In the decades since then, research employing Stem Cells as treatments and therapies has exploded off the charts with research being conducted on nearly all the continents.  The staff at is dedicated to combing the internet, trade journals, and medical publications to bring consumers the latest information and news about this exciting and promising field.  [read more]

Stem Cell Applications

Without a doubt, the greatest development in the history of Stem Cell research has been the discovery that stem cell therapy can treat, reduce, and/or cure disease.  Moreover, whilst traditional methods of disease treatment may include invasive surgeries or prescription chemicals with harmful side effects, Stem Cell therapies are generally uncomplicated and straightforward and can be even as easy and painless as taking a daily pill. Overall, Stem Cell therapy is legal, ethical, effective, and safe. [read more]

Health and Beauty

Can aging be reversed or delayed?
The age-old quest for the fountain of youth has been pointing in the direction of stem cells for almost a decade now. Originally, stem cell research focused on stem cells harvested from embryonic sources. Fortunately, in the decades since their discovery, scientists have identified Adult Stem Cells which all humans possess in their bodies. These cells are being touted as the new waters of Bimini to regain youthfulness.   [read more]


The HSUS reported in 2012 that 62% of all American households included at least one furry child…either dog or cat. Specifically, about 84 million people have at least one dog and about 96 million have at least one cat.  As anyone with a furry companion knows, these little creatures entwine themselves into our lives and become part of the family.  As with humans, companion animals can also suffer from injuries, illness, and disease. Therefore, it is most advantageous that researches are also investigating and developing Stem Cell therapies for use in canines and felines.  [read more]

Stem Cell News

MicroRNA‐124a inhibits endoderm lineage commitment by targeting Sox17 and Gata6 in mouse embryonic stem cells

microRNA‐124a was identified as a key repressor of endoderm lineage commitment in mouse embryonic stem cells. miR‐124a inhibits endoderm differentiation through targeting the 3′‐untranslated region (UTR) of Sox17 and Gata6, which are indispensable transcription factors for endoderm germ layer formation. Abstract The role of microRNAs (miRNAs) during mouse early development, especially in endoderm germ layer formation, is largely unknown. Here, ...
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Optimizing beta cell function through mesenchymal stromal cell mediated mitochondria transfer

Human mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) transfer their mitochondria to cocultured human islet β‐cells. Fluorescence imaging showed that mitochondrial transfer occurs, at least partially through tunneling nanotube‐like structures. MSC‐mediated mitochondrial donation to islet β‐cells represents a novel mechanism of enhanced islet β‐cell function. Abstract Pretransplant islet culture is associated with the loss of islet cell mass and insulin secretory function. Insulin ...
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Characterization of a Vimentinhigh/Nestinhigh proteome and tissue regenerative secretome generated by human pancreas‐derived mesenchymal stromal cells

Pancreas‐derived mesenchymal stromal cells (Panc‐MSCs) harbor a unique proteome, multipotent potential and tissue regenerative secretome. Abstract Multipotent/mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) exist within a variety of postnatal tissues; however, global proteomic analyses comparing tissue‐specific MSC are limited. Using human bone marrow (BM)‐derived MSCs as a gold standard, we used label‐free mass spectrometry and functional assays to characterize the proteome, secretome, and ...
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Engraftment of skeletal progenitor cells by bone directed transplantation improves osteogenesis imperfecta murine bone phenotype

Direct intra‐bone transplantation of bone marrow stromal cells into osteogenesis imperfecta murine (OIM) model resulted in significant improvement of bone parameters. Combination of visual markers for lineage tracing of progenitor cells and osteoblasts showed successful engraftment of donor cells up to 6 months post‐transplantation and indicated the stem cell potential following secondary transplant. Abstract Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a genetic ...
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Mesenchymal stem cells elicit macrophages into M2 phenotype via improving transcription factor EB‐mediated autophagy to alleviate diabetic nephropathy

Mesenchymal stem cells elicit macrophages into M2 phenotype and alleviate renal injuries in diabetic nephropathy mice via transcription factor EB dependent autophagy. Abstract Diabetic nephropathy (DN) is a leading cause of end‐stage renal disease. Chronic inflammation is recognized as a key causal factor in the development and progression of DN, and the imbalance of M1/M2 macrophages (Mφ) contributes to this ...
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