The Miracle of Stem Cells

In this episode of Ayık Kafa podcast, Dr, Esra Çavuşoğlu’s guest is P. Neslihan Taşlı, PhD, Exosome, Stem Cell, and Tissue Engineer.

TÜBA (Turkish Academy of Sciences) Outstanding Young Scientist award winner (2022) Taşlı, explains stem cells in full detail, which have been characterized as the “elixir of youth” in recent years and are at the center of the medical and scientific world with their anti-aging, body regeneration, comprehensive treatment and even organ production opportunities.

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In this Episode of Ayık Kafa

“I like adding humanoid features to cells” says P. Neslihan Taşlı, PhD, starting her conversation with the definition of stem cells. She goes on to provide important explanations, including the distinction between autologous and allogeneic cells, and delves into the fascinating world of exosomes filled with innovations. Addressing the increasing preference for exosomes over stem cells, a phenomenon we frequently encounter, Taşlı explains the reasons behind this trend. She takes the viewers of Ayık Kafa on a dynamic, easily understandable, and scientifically profound journey into the depths of these extraordinary structures, which are considered miracles for human health.

00:00 – 01:36 Introduction
01:36 – 03:32 What is exosome? What is stem cell?
03:32 – 09:25 “Neslihan Taşlı says, ‘I love adding human characteristics to cells,’ as she talks about stem cells.”
09:25 – 11:12 There are 3 main parts of stem cells: The least useful cell is autologous, the single cell state that cannot be used at all, and the embryonic cells that the scientific world deals with, which can even produce organs…
11:12 – 13:00 What are mesenchymal stem cells?
13:00 – 15:49 Did the stem cell loading for anti-aging that Esra Çavuşoğlu built a clinic in Panama work?
15:49 – 16:35 Stem cells are widely used, particularly in the field of anti-aging, due to their rejuvenating and regenerative properties.
16:35 – 19:00 Stem cells detect damaged areas and move towards them.
19:00 – 21:09 They enter the body, navigate towards the damaged areas, and repair them. Sometimes they settle, but there is currently no study confirming this.
21:09 – 23:40 ‘Esra, you are now two people!’ says Taşlı and adds: Allogeneic cell recipients also harbor cells from another person.
23:40 – 24:42 If externally obtained stem cells are healthy, there is not significant damage in our bodies, and they are applied properly; they actually contribute significantly to the concepts of anti-aging and longevity.
24:42 – 29:57 What is an exosome? What does it do? Why should we choose?
29:57 – 32:03 Is there a difference between exosome autologous and stem cell autologous?
32:03 – 32:33 In fact, liposome is the synthetic version of exosome.
32:33 – 32:48 Conclusion.

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