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The ASC secretome may lengthen heart storage time before significant deterioration, thereby increasing the number of available hearts for transplantation
DKK1 may represent a targetable molecular “brake” to ASC-mediated bone formation
Augmenting preservation solution with the ASC secretome improves organ functional recovery and duration of storage
Nanofat and NFG synergize to promote sensory recovery of anterolateral thigh free flaps
Lyl1‐deficient mice possess porous adipose tissue vascular structures, which promotes adipose stem cell differentiation.
The authors' findings demonstrate the critical role of vascularization and 3D culture in driving osteogenic maturation of human adipose‐derived stem cells
ASCs significantly improved the ability of fat grafts to retain their volume compared with conventional fat grafting
Researchers demonstrate that transplanted ASCs contribute to tissue remodeling by recruiting and polarizing macrophages into an M2 phenotype
A recent study led by Derrick C.
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