Stem cells are cells that are found in the human body that have a unique ability to multiply itself, often throughout the life of a human. Stem cells are undifferentiated “master” cells that could differentiate into other cell types that form the brain, nerves, muscles, and other body parts.
Types of Stem Cells
There are mainly two types of naturally occuring stem cells found in a human body:
Hematopoietic Stem Cells and Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
Sources of Stem Cells
Stem cells can be found in various places of our body, from the early stages of human development to adulthood.