Why Is Placenta Tissue Banking Important?
The placenta tissue is the essential organs for the growth and protection of the fetus inside the uterus. These valuable tissues, quite different from the rest, including the muscle organs and tissues, cartilage, skin, bone. The stem cell tissues aren’t only used to protect the baby, but the mother too. Placental tissue is abundant in “stromal” stem cells, also the umbilical cord.
The placental tissue reconstructs the blood cells because it contains mesenchymal (MSCs). At present, the blood of the placenta is collected and it can be stored together with the cord blood and tissue.
The placenta tissue is different thanks to the MSC (Mesenchymal Stromal Cells) a genetic mother’s phosphorous, these cells are collected, stored and help regenerate a variety of tissues inside the body. Many different types of tissues are generated from the pluripotential Mesenchymal Cells.
This bag shaped organ “is created at the beginning of the second week of the third month” this bag starts swelling as the fetus grow. Formed by a Uterus and Tobias membrane.