Stem cells and neurodegenerative diseases the clinical perspective neurodegenerative diseases like parkinsons disease pd alzheimers disease ad multiple sclerosis ms or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis als have little to no known cure in most cases the therapeutic options are reduced to treating symptoms. Stem cells are highly unspecialized cells that are the basis for every tissue and organ stem cells are characterized by the ability to self renew and the ability to differentiate these include embryonic stem es cells progenitor cells mesenchymal stem cells mscs neural stem cells nscs and induced pluripotent stem ips cells the progressive loss of structure function and number of neurons including death of neurons underlies all neurodegenerative diseases the current . Recently stem cells have been widely attempted to treat neurodegenerative diseases of animal model here we review the progress and prospects of various stem cells including embryonic stem cells mesenchymal stem cell and neural stem cells and so on for the treatments of neurodegenerative diseases such as parkinsons disease alzheimers disease huntington disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis lou gehrigs disease. Stem cells for neurodegenerative diseases as a promising alternative to traditional medicine stem cell therapy is being explored as a treatment for neurodegenerative conditions these remarkable cells act as the basis from which every other differentiated cell type in the body is created they can self renew and transform into nearly any cell type with these capabilities researchers are finding that stem cells can repair damaged neurons thus controlling the rate of disease
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