Differentiation of stem cells into different tissues is a promising approach to treat a large number of diseases, as well as for tissue transplantation and repair. It has been shown that parathyroid hormone, similarly to stromal self-derived factor, and the radiation of specific electromagnetic frequencies of blue and green light, can encourage stem cell differentiation into osteoblasts. Here, we analysed parathyroid hormone, its receptor and stromal self-derived factor using the Resonant Recognition Model, which proposes that protein function is based on specific frequencies of electromagnetic radiation within ultra-violet, visible, infra-red and far infra-red light. The purpose of this research is to predict the characteristic frequencies related to parathyroid hormone activities, particularly differentiation of stem cells into osteoblasts. We have found that the most effective wavelength for stem cell differentiation would be 502 nm, which is between 420 nm and 540 nm, already experimentally proven to be effective in stimulating osteoblast differentiation. Thus, we propose that wavelength radiation of 502 nm will be even more efficient for differentiation of stem cells into osteoblasts.