It’s been touted as the technology of the future but ongoing stem cell research maintains that future could still be a while away
|English: A human mesenchymal stem cell expressing 1) microtubule associated protein fusion to GFP (green) and 2) histone 2b fusion to tagRFP (red) via BacMam gene delivery technology. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Recently, a pharma-ceutical distributor approached me with the next big thing in pigmentation control. Their product used the stem cell technology, the technology of the future. Though I have heard a lot about stem cell technology in anti-wrinkle creams and hair restoration, it was my first exposure to a stem cell fairness cream.
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