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STEM CELLS | STEM CELLS Translational Medicine
A new study reports the final trial results for the transplantation of adipose‐derived regenerative cells as an autologous treatment of breast cancer‐related lymphedema
Autologous fat grafting combined with adipose‐derived stem cells (ASC) represents a safe and feasible treatment for facial atrophy in localized scleroderma patients
A novel therapy for diabetic wounds based on blood vessel induction in situ alleviates the intractable pain and infection associated with chronic wounds
Researchers describe allogeneic adipose stem cells as a potential mitigator of acute radiation syndrome
Adipose‐derived regenerative cells and lipotransfer represent a safe and feasible intervention in patients with breast cancer‐related lymphedema
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.
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