Growth factor

Growth factors are things in the body that allow or deny cells to grow. These factors are normally made up of cell hormones or other proteins within the body.[1] All growth factors occur naturally within cells and are necessary for the cell life progression and death.


The first growth factor discovered and publicly recognized was in 1986. It was recognized in the form of a Nobel Prize. This was award was given to Kerstin Hall of the Karolinska Institute. [2]

Other Languages
العربية: عامل نمو
čeština: Růstový faktor
English: Growth factor
Bahasa Melayu: Faktor pertumbuhan
日本語: 成長因子
српски / srpski: Faktor rasta
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Faktor rasta
українська: Фактори росту
中文: 生长因子