The aim of regenerative medicine pharmacology is ideally to restore normal organ function either by replacing a nonfunctioning organ end stage disease or in the instance when significant viable tissue still remains improving organ function when it is severely impaired but not yet irreparably damaged diseased. Regenerative pharmacology is a rapidly evolving approach to treating disease which aims to go beyond simply ameliorating symptoms unlike traditional pharmacology regenerative drugs could provide a new generation of curative therapeutics. Regenerative medicine is broadly defined as the repair or replacement of damaged cells tissues and organs it is a multidisciplinary effort in which technologies derive from the fields of cell developmental and molecular biology chemical and material sciences ie nanotechnology engineering surgery transplantation immunology molecular genetics physiology and pharmacology. The operational definition of regenerative pharmacology is the application of pharmacological sciences to accelerate optimize and characterize either in vitro or in vivo the development maturation and function of bioengineered and regenerating tissues. Integrative and regenerative pharmacology welcomes research related to the discovery and development of new treatments for human disease these include drugs chemicals endogenous substances and natural products studied in complex cellular systems organ systems whole animals or humans
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