Swiss Apple Stem Cell Guide
Swiss Apple Stem Cell Guide
Swiss Apple Stem Cell Guide
As you continue to grow older, there is a reduction in the turnover of your cells, meaning you can lose control over the way your skin ages. The epidermal stem cells that are necessary for creating healthy new skin function less efficiently and are reduced significantly. However, there has been a discovery made based on recent stem cell research that looks very promising that might enable you to gain control over this process once again. Swiss Apple Stem Cell Cream can help
Scientists have discovered a unique extract derived out of the stem cells from a rare type of apple tree that is grown for its incredible longevity that is showing an amazing ability to rejuvenate skin that is aging. Research has shown that this plant extract stimulates stem cells in aging skin to reduce the appearance of unattractive wrinkles. It has been shown in clinical trials that skin cell longevity is increased by this unique formulation, which results in the skin with a more radiant and youthful appearance.
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The cells in your body are programmed to perform specific functions. A liver cell, a brain cell, and a skin cell all have the same set of genes or DNA. However, the fate of each cell is determined by a series of epigenetic (ability to change the expression pattern of genes) signals that come from within and also from the surrounding cells. Those signals act as command tags that are attached to DNA and turn certain genes off or on.
All of the various types of cells in your body are created by this selective coding and are known collectively as differentiated (specialized) cells.
Regarding appearance and purpose, differentiated cells do vary widely, but there is one thing that they all have in common: all of them have an operational limit built in. Once so many divisions have occurred, they are unable to divide anymore and need to be replaced. That is where your stem cells come into play.
Other cells are produced by your body as well that do not contain any specific programming. These are “blank” stem cells, so they can be “formatted” by your body in any way they choose to. This kind of cell shares two universal aspects: (1) being able to replenish themselves through a self-renewal process and (2) having the capability to make a differentiated cell.
There are two basic types of stem cells that exist in both humans and animals: adult and embryonic stem cells. Your embryonic stem cells can change into any differentiated cells that are found anyplace in your body. On the other hand, adult stem cells are more limited usually. They are only able to evolve into a particular kind of cell found in the tissue where they are. Repair and maintenance are the primary functions of adult stem cells.
However, there are some adult stem cells that exist in nature that still have the unlimited developmental potential possessed by embryonic stem cells. Those cells have become the primary focus for a new and exciting phase of regenerative medicine (using advanced techniques such as tissue engineering and stem cell therapy to repair diseased or damaged organs and tissues).
Role Played By Stem Cells Within The Skin
There are two basic kinds of cells contained in the skin’s basal (innermost) epidermis layer: (1) epidermal stem cells that slowly divide (representing around 2-7% of the total basal cell population) and (2) the offspring that rapidly divide and supply new cells as replacements for those that are dying or lost.
However, the epidermal stem cell’s slow self-renewal process does create a problem. Because every epidermal cell lasts for just a certain amount of divisions, and since every division is at risk for a lethal DNA mutation to occur, the population of epidermal stem cells may be depleted. When that happens, dying or lost skin cells start outnumbering their replacements and the appearance and health of the skin begin declining.
What can be done about this problem? Scientists are looking to plants for a solution.
A Seed Of Hope Is Planted
Plants have stem cells as well. Plant stem cells, like humans, rely on epigenetic signals and control from surrounding cells to develop. However, unlike humans, every adult stem cell derived from a plant can be able to generate an entirely new plant. Fortunately, scientists have discovered a way of harnessing the power possessed by plant stem cells through growing plant tissue in culture.
It is a relatively simple technique. First, a source plant is used to obtain viable tissue. The material is referred to as explant. Then a small cut is made into the explant. On the surface of the cut, new cells form to try to heal the wound. The colorless group of cells is a callus. This callus has undifferentiated, slowly dividing cells that do not posses the same characteristics that normal plant cells do. Basically, they are full of potential and unprogrammed.
Using this technology makes it theoretically possible to be able to grow any plant cell within a liquid culture, which opens up an entire range of new possibilities. That fact got scientists starting to think – what would take place if an extract from a plant stem cell tissue that was genetically long-lived was applied on human skin?
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Apples To Apples Compared
These days, apples are mainly cultivated to enhance their flavor and appearance. Before advancements in refrigeration, the most sought-after characteristic of an apple was its ability to remain fresh for long periods of time.
That is why in the mid 18th century a specialty apple variety was cultivated that could be stored for an extended period. It was the longer-living, genetically modified stem cells of a tannin-rich apple variety called the Uttwiler Spatlauber that made this storage longevity possible.