Stem cell research is performed to investigate basic cells that develop organisms. Stem cells are nonspecialised cells that can create other kinds of specific cells like brain cells, blood cells, tissue cells, and muscle cells. Scientists grow cells in laboratories and perform tests to investigate their cell properties.
Stem cells have a lot of potential in health and medical research. For instance, studying the differentiation processes and understanding to control stem cell differentiation in the lab offers insights into the way humans develop from embryo to adult. Directing cell or tissue growth can be useful for specific purposes like modeling disorders, cell-based therapies, or drug screening.