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Placental Stem Cells

Placental and Amniotic Fluid Stem Cells: A New Means to Prevent Inflammatory Disease?

Placental and amniotic fluid stem cells display potent immunomodulatory capabilities and represent an optimal cell type for therapeutic approaches to inflammatory disease

Immunosuppressive Properties of Perinatal Cells

A recent STEM CELLS Translational Medicine article from the laboratory of

PI3K Inhibition Enhances the Trophoblast Stem Cell State

To delineate what signaling cascades control the stem cell state of mouse trophoblast stem cells, researchers led by Myriam Hemberger

Delivery of Stem Cell Secretome for Renal Disease Treatment

While the stem cell secretome presents itself as an efficient and safe means to treat a range of disease and disorders, solubilized growth factors can undergo rapid degradation following administration, thereby requiring efficient delivery and controlled release for enhanced tissue regeneration.

Placenta-derived Stem Cells: A New Means to Treat Chronic Lung Disease in Premature Infants?

Researchers report on the safety of allogeneic human amnion epithelial cells infusions in infants with established bronchopulmonary dysplasia

New Study Suggests Placental Stem Cell Therapy for Inherited Skin Blistering Disease

Treatment with stem cells derived from the human placenta may represent an effective therapy for severe recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa 

Placenta-derived Decidua Stromal Cells: A New and Improved Means to Treat GVHD?

Researchers demonstrate that placenta-derived decidua stromal cell treatment may represent an effective means to battle graft-versus-host disease

Can Placental Stem Cells Provide Relief from Lysosomal Storage Disorder?

New research indicates that placental stem cell engraftment may represent an interesting new strategy to treat an enzyme deficiency associated with a lysosomal storage disorder

Placental Stem Cells Aid Cardiac Repair

Mesenchymal stem cell-like cells derived from human placenta can improve heart function in a mouse model of myocardial infarction

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