Norbert Lindner, Naturopath
I am delighted to talk to you today about a special topic, namely diagnostics using stem cells and its related application in bioresonance therapy.
Let's take a look first of all at the development of the stem cell and its significance in medicine today.
In human embryo development the morula is formed after the first cell division (cleavage) of the fertilised egg cell (the zygote). Initially the morula has a compact cell structure. After about four days, the morula consists of a spherical mass of 16 to 32 cells.
On about the 6th day, the blastocyst, in which the embryonic stem cells (ES cells) can be found, develops from the morula. Blastocysts are four times bigger than a human hair in diameter.
Our body is composed of around 30 trillion cells, i.e. a number with 13 zeros. It consists of blood cells, skin cells, fat cells and around 200 other cell types. All of these cells have their origin in just a single cell, the...