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Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Combination Therapy Proves Effective in Brain Injury Treatment

A small molecule inhibitor combined with MSCs may provide a safe and effective treatment for the consequences of traumatic brain injury

Studying the Effect of Diabetes on Cardiac Therapy Relevant Stem Cells

New research assesses the effect of weight-related disease on the therapeutic potential of stem cells

Studying MSC-Based Neuroprotection to Generate Cell-Free Therapies?

Researchers discover that TIMP3 release from MSCs can reduce the neurocognitive decline observed after traumatic brain injury

Improving Culture Conditions to Boost hMSC Therapeutic Potential

Studies into cell density and consequent metabolic alterations may enhance the clinical potential of human mesenchymal stem cells.

Boosting Repair by Getting Stem Cells out of their Trap?

Researchers discover a potential means to enhance the therapeutic potential of MSCs by inhibiting their entrapment in the lungs.

MSCs: An Effective Remedy for Aging?

A new study in a rat model suggests that infusions of MSCs could counteract many of the signs of normal aging.

Understanding Gliosis to Improve Stem Cell Therapy for Visual Loss

Researchers begin to unravel the molecular responses to cell transplantation in the hope of improving treatment for retinal degeneration.

Pretreated Stem Cells Lose Regenerative Capacity

Boosting homing in mesenchymal stem cells to the mouse gut leads to an unexpected reduction in their pro-regenerative effects.

Patching up the Heart with Human Umbilical Cord Stem Cells

Researchers find that the placement of a stem cell-fibrin patch on the injured heart promotes the improvement of cardiac function

Case Study Shows Feasibility of Stem Cell Treatment after Liver Organ Transplant

First-in-human case demonstrates that MAPC transplantation after liver transplantation is feasible and safe and may represent and new method of moderating immune responses


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