Effect of FGF on the Human Body
FGF is responsible for the complex process of turning amino acids and other nutrients contained in the chicken egg into the building blocks of life.
FGF also plays a vital role in the development of blood vessels and neurites in the brains of all mammals. The lining of the circulatory system assists the distribution of nutrients to all parts of the body. Neurites are the part of the neurons in the brain that send and receive information.
The presence of FGF enables quicker absorption of nutrients and this is one of the principal reasons why embryonic growth happens so fast.
Many teams of scientists have tried to figure out how FGF benefits humans. What they discovered is that FGF has a connection to stem cell formation – the body’s natural “repair” mechanism.
Acting like stem cells, FGF can differentiate into a wide variety of healthy cells which can then be utilized by the body to help repair damaged and dysfunctional tissues, which can potentially turn FGF into an important factor for the treatment of neurological diseases.