Regenerative Medicine and Liver Regeneration

Regenerative medicine is a multidisciplinary field of medicine that focuses on developing and applying innovative approaches to repair, replace, or regenerate damaged or diseased tissues and organs in the body. The goal of regenerative medicine is to restore normal function and promote the body's natural healing processes. This field encompasses a range of techniques, including cell therapy, tissue engineering, gene therapy, and the use of biomaterials.

Liver regeneration, within the context of regenerative medicine, specifically refers to the liver's remarkable ability to repair and regrow its own tissue after injury or partial removal. The liver is known for its exceptional regenerative capacity, which allows it to recover from various forms of damage, including surgical resection, acute injury, and mild toxicity. The regenerative process involves the proliferation of hepatocytes, the main functional cells of the liver.

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