Cells , a lot like particles, can also have a polarity. This polarity isn’t to do with charge or magnetism but more location and orientation. You can imagine the neurons in your nervous system might not operate so well if they were put in backwards and this is true of many asymmetrical cells throughout the body. Since these cells will be continually produced throughout your life the body has to have a way of orientating the cells correctly. This is the job of Hyaluronic acid, that will always strive to ensure all the cells in your body are polarised correctly.
But, as with everything, when you age this process becomes less efficient. Whenever a cell is mispolarised and the Hyaluronic acid fails to correct it there is a very large chance of a malfunction, either by disease of cancer. This makes studying this acid very important. There is also another reason this chemical should be studied. It is essential for the differentiation of stem cells in developing fetuses and so is also necessary to reduce medical issues when using artificially developed stem cells. By developing new technology called the Radio Electric Asymmetric Conveyer (REAC), which allows chemical networks to operate at their maximum efficiency, the complex mechanisms in these systems can be observed and later applied in a medical setting.