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Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Keeping Neutrophils Under Control with MSCs!

Researchers describe how mesenchymal stem cells may be employed to inhibit aberrant neutrophil activation and associated tissue damage

How Mesenchymal Progenitors Promote Bone Healing

A new study describes how hypoxia and mesenchymal progenitors control the bone fracture healing process

Combinatorial Stem Cell Strategy for the Treatment of Liver Fibrosis

Mesenchymal stem cells expressing the Decorin protein may be effective in the treatment of liver damage

Human Brain Vascular Pericytes as a New Treatment for SCI?

New research describes the potential of human brain vascular pericytes in the treatment of spinal cord injury

Treating Sepsis with Wharton’s Jelly MSCs

A new study demonstrates that mesenchymal stem cells derived from cord blood could be an effective means to treat sepsis in human patients

Describing the Anti-microbial Effect of MSCs in ARDS

New research describes how mesenchymal stem cells transfer mitochondria to macrophages via tunneling nanotubes to enhance their anti-bacterial properties

Can a Single Dose of MSCs be an Effective Treatment for Osteoporosis?

Researchers find that a single dose of mesenchymal stem cells may be an effective treatment for age related bone disease

Improving Vascular Repair and Regeneration through Modulating Methylation in MSCs?

Researchers find that by reducing DNA methylation levels, they can enhance endothelial differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells

New Functional Marker Gets the Most from MSCs

The identification of a marker which is lost as mesenchymal stem cells enter senescence could be applied to improve their therapeutic worth

Boosting Angiogenesis via MSC-Derived Exosomes

In a new study, researchers use proteomic approaches to discover how mesenchymal stem cells-derived exosomes modulate angiogenesis


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