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Tissue Science & Regenerative Medicine

March 2, 2013


Tissue Science involves study of large mass of identical tissues that create up a part of an organism and execute a particular function. The internal organs and connective components of vertebrates, and cambium, xylem, and phloem in vegetation are created up of different types of tissue.

A new scientific and medical self-discipline, regenerative medicine, is focused on utilizing the power of control cells and the bodies’ own regenerative abilities to restore function to damaged cells, tissues and organs. It can also be described as restorative medicine, and OMICS Publishing Group is keen on inviting the speakers to the conference on regenerative medicine.

Regenerative Medicine:

Regenerated-rat-bladder Regenerative medicine is very important because it will meet the guarantee that medication will be able to regenerate cells and body parts within our living systems.  Cells and organ failure can be stopped, and then recovered by creating new healthy tissue. This needs the individual to take care of oneself so that the regenerative tendencies can be used.

Regenerative medicine will be more natural and less toxic than traditional drugs.  This type of treatment will convert the human condition and people would experience from less illnesses across the globe, and promote overall well-being of the human race.

Tissue Science:

Tissues consisting of levels of cells that cover body areas such as skin and inner coating of digestive tract consist of tissues that aid in protection, release and absorption. Muscle tissues contain contractile filaments that move forward away from each other and modify the dimension of the cell. Muscular tissues are divided into three distinct categories: visceral or smooth muscle, skeletal and center muscle which aids in the functioning of the heart.

As the name indicates that connective tissue maintains everything together. Connective tissues are recognized by the separating of the tissues by an inorganic content, which is known as extracellular matrix. Bone and blood are said to be special connective tissues. Several factors, such as the structures or inclusions to be studied, the amount and nature of tissue to be examined, and the freshness of the specimen, dictate the methodology of examination of the tissues.

OMICS Group invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 2nd International Conference on Tissue Science & Regenerative Medicine during August 26-28, 2013 at Raleigh NC, USA.

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