Haemopoietic stem cells can be found within the bone marrow, Umbilical cord or peripheral blood. For the culturing to occur there is a requirement of stem cells (SCs). Stem cells are undifferentiated and have the ability to self-renew. Pluripotent SCs can derive 200 different types of differentiated cells.
- Brief Function and importance of red blood cells.
- Emphasis on the need “in vitro” techniques in producing red blood cells.
- Brief explanation on its clinical prospects.
- Layout the things to be discussed in the main-body of the essay.
- Different ways to pursue to produce red blood cells in vitro, (Equipments etc…)
- Feasibility in regards to its production
- Its necessity for clinical use
- Addressing whether Red cell production improves clinical outcomes for patients.
- Address any contradicting studies towards invitro red cell production.
- Limitations in in vitro production of red blood cells.
- Future prospects of in vitro production of red blood cells.
- Necessity of producing in vitro red blood cells.
- Weigh studies in support or in contradiction to its clinical use.
- Emphasis to its relevance.
- Future implication.