NAD and Stem Cells

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A stem cell is a type of cell that has the ability to divide and renew itself for long periods. Stem cells are found in many different tissues in the body, including the brain, bone marrow, blood, and skin. NAD is a coenzyme that is found in all living cells. NAD plays a vital role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. NAD also plays a role in the production of energy in the cell. NAD is required for the stem cells to divide and renew themselves. Without NAD, the stem cells would die. NAD is also required for the production of energy in the cell. Energy is required for the cell to function properly. Without energy, the cell would die. NAD is also required for the repair of damaged cells. When a cell is damaged, NAD is required to repair the cell. Without NAD, the cell would die. NAD is also required for the production of new cells. When a cell dies, NAD is required to produce a new cell. Without NAD, the cell would die. NAD is essential for the proper function of stem cells. Without NAD, the stem cells would die.