Journal of Regenerative Medicine ISSN: 2325-9620

Open Access Regenerative Medicine Journals

Open Access refer to the unrestricted online access or free web access to the full text of scientific literature by the interested readers. Open Access makes their articles highly visible, discoverable, retrievable, and useful. Open Access Journals can visibility to attract submissions and advertising, without mentioning readers and citations. Open Access literature is not free to publish. Open Access journal conduct peer review and is a mode of access but not business model, license, or content. Open Access serves the interests of many groups such as authors, readers, faculty members and students, Universities, researchers, scholars, etc. Open Access also accelerates not only research but the translation of research into new medicines, useful technologies, solved problems, and informed decisions that benefit everyone. Regenerative Medicine journals in open access mode provide researchers a wide range of dissemination as well as readers can have access to the latest research findings in stem cell research throughout the world. Regenerative medicine is an emerging field of medicine focused on repairing and replacing damaged cells and tissues through stem cell applications. This field holds the promise of engineering damaged tissues and organs via stimulating the body's own repair mechanisms to functionally heal previously irreparable tissues or organs. It includes bio-medical approaches to clinical therapies that may involve the use of stem cells by injection of stem cells or progenitor cells. Regenerative Medicine is an interdisciplinary field involving developmental biology, clinical research, tissue engineering, and stem cell biology. Stem cells play a major role in regenerative medicine, stem cell is a cell that has the ability to branch out and change, or differentiate, into two or more different cell types. Stem cells are self-renewing primitive cells that have the ability to develop into functional, differentiated cells.

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