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Dental Pulp Stem Cells

SHED Therapy – A Safe and Effective Means to Treat Type 2 Diabetes?

A new study assesses the safety and effectiveness of allogenic SHED transplantation in type 2 diabetic patients and notes those factors regulating therapeutic efficacy

SALL1 Mediates Odontoblast Differentiation of DPCs

SALL1 regulates the commitment of DPCs to form odontoblasts at the early differentiation stage through  Runx2 and Tgf‐β2 regulation

Deciphering MSC Migration Mechanisms to Enhance Regenerative Therapies

Researchers explore the role of mechanosensing through the Ca2+‐permeable Piezo1 channel in the migration of human dental pulp‐derived mesenchymal stem cells

Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells – A Review

Pulp stem cells can be readily harvested from dental pulp tissue of extracted permanent teeth and exfoliated deciduous teeth; however, we currently lack a systematic and comprehensive review of pulp stem cells in terms of biological attributes and therapeutic applications.

PDGF-modified human Dental Pulp Stem Cells: The End of Toothache as we know it?

Researchers demonstrate the possibility of enhanced tooth repair via the application of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor-modified human dental pulp stem cells 

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