- Cell Fibration
- Damaged Organ
- In Situ Organ Regeneration
- Stem Cell
- Pluripotent Stem Cell
- Totipotent Stem Cell
- Potential Regenerative Cell (PRC)
- Regeneration Mechanism of the Human Body
- Organ Regenerative Restoration
- Organ Regenerative Rejuvenation
- Regenerative Anti-cancer
- Regenerative Nutritional Substance
- Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science
- Virtual Life Science Research
The smallest unit of life that builds the life of human body, i.e., the smallest entity of life in the human
body; the human body is composed of at least 200 types of cells, 60 trillion cells in total, which are
orchestrated to accomplish various human life processes under the general control of the human body.
An ensemble of one type or several types of cells connected together to form a unit of the human body. Human
tissues can be grouped into four basic types: epithelial, nervous, connective, and muscle.
A tissue unit having life function, in brief. A tissue or viscera composed of one or more tissue units to
carry out human life functions is called human tissue organ or human visceral organ.
Death of human cells by suicide without cell rupture.
The state of a cell losing its function and turning to non-functional fibrocyte.
An organ injured by trauma and endogenous pathological damages including trauma, disease, fibrotic aging,
malignant mutation, apoptosis, etc.(except congenital defect, congenital abnormality, and injuries due to
pathogenic microbes and virus.)
A physiological state of an organ regenerating physiologically inside itself at the original location.
A cell having the ability of physiological proliferation and differentiation in the body.
A cell able to proliferate and differentiate into many types of cells and form physiological tissue and
organ in the body.
A cell able to develop into the whole human body in embryonic development.
A cell existing in the human tissue in the form of tissue cell(somatic cell) and being able to present and
carry out the function of a stem cell or pluripotent stem cell under specific culture condition and
In situ regeneration occurring after birth, which is exerted by the human body's own potential
regenerative cells in collaboration with the body's mechanism of elimination of non-functional cells
when an organ is damaged.
A state of a damaged organ recovering to the undamaged status via regeneration mechanism.
A state of the premature senescent organ structure and function recovering to a younger status via
An anticancer approach which uses nutrients for PRC to promote the in situ apoptosis of cancer cells in
tissue and organ, meanwhile to enable PRC to repair the organ via in situ regeneration.
A specific combination of nutritional ingredients which can awaken and nourish the PRC in the human body to
exert its function. The human body consists of at least 200 types of cells, which means there are at least
200 types of PRCs, and at least 200 types of combinations of regenerative nutritional substance. It is the
essential food for human regenerative life.
A new system of life science which uses the innate regenerative potential of the human body to accomplish
the in situ regenerative restoration and regenerative rejuvenation of the organ and tissue of its own,
whereby humans can enjoy their regenerative life. It is called “Organ Regeneration Science” in
Life science research that states an imagination in the way it seems like reality.