Tissue regeneration and Oncology

Tissue restoration is the process of renewal and evolution to repair or replace tissue that is damaged or hurts from a sickness. Tissue regeneration is a complex cellular process that involves an interplay of Growth Factors (GFs), Genes, Chemokine’s, Cytokines, and other signaling molecules. Flat muscle booths have the greatest ability to regenerate. The three kinds of chambers that can't restore are Hepatocytes within the Liver, Neurons within the Brain, and Cardiac muscle.

There are three major types of regeneration:

• Epimorphosis

• Morphallaxis

• Compensatory regeneration

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Related Associations: Society for Neuron-Oncology, American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy, Affiliated National Societies, American Cancer Society, National and International Cancer Organizations.