MEBO FAQ
 

  1. 1.1. What is Potential Regenerative Cells (PRCs) and how do the PRCs occur?
    • 2010/10/13 11:05:26
    Potential Regenerative Cells (PRCs) refers to the type of tissue cells in human body, with the potential to proliferate and differentiate and subsequently develop into tissues or organs. Such cells share the similarity in the characteristic life circle with other common tissue cells which have no the above potential, except that they can be induced into stem cells.  
     
    It is indicated by our basic and clinical application study that this special type of tissue cells exist in all the tissues and organs. They remain resting state with a morphous as same as the ordinary tissue cells in the tissue organs under normal conditions; while, when damage (e.g. injury, aging, etc) happens, under specified conditions and environment, they can be invigorated and converted into stem cells, which will further proliferate, differentiate and regenerate into new tissues and tissue organs with the structure and function substantially the same as that of the previous ones. 
     
    Above all, the discovery of PRCs and their extensive availability in the human body is regarded as the basis of the establishment of the Science and techniques as well as all the outcoming advancements in studies and clinical applications.