adipose stem cells

adipose stem cells

A population of cells within adipose tissue which retain a high proliferation capacity in vitro and the ability to undergo extensive differentiation, and thus are biologically similar to mesenchymal stem cells derived from the bone marrow. Differentiation results in stem cells adopting the phenotypic, biochemical and functional properties of more terminally differentiated cells along osteogenic, adipogenic, chondrogenic and neurogenic lineages.
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Several studies demonstrated that the adipose stromal vascular fraction (SVF) treatment, which contained adipose stem cells, showed better therapy potential than adipose stem cell treatment in promoting healing of connective tissue injury in animal models.[3]
The potential neuroprotective effect of human adipose stem cells conditioned medium against light-induced retinal damage.
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Bunnell, "Concise review: the obesity cancer paradigm: exploration of the interactions and crosstalk with adipose stem cells," Stem Cells, vol.
Klein-Nulend, "WNT5A induces osteogenic differentiation of human adipose stem cells via rho-associated kinase ROCK," Cytotherapy, vol.
Im, "Regeneration of articular cartilage using adipose stem cells," Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, vol.
In the article titled "Macroautophagy and Selective Mitophagy Ameliorate Chondrogenic Differentiation Potential in Adipose Stem Cells of Equine Metabolic Syndrome: New Findings in the Field of Progenitor Cells Differentiation" [1], an acknowledgment should be added as follows:
Paula et al., "Polyhydroxybutyrate-co-hydroxyvalerate structures loaded with adipose stem cells promote skin healing with reduced scarring," Acta Biomaterialia, vol.
In contrast, the new process can successfully transform three out of four adipose stem cells into beta cells.
But cosmetic treatments and stem cells go well together as doctors have been using fat-derived cells, also called adipose stem cells, as a Botox-like filler for almost a decade.
From this tissue, the team isolated and characterized brown adipose stem cells and compared their properties to precursor WAT cells from the same patient.
Interestingly, recent studies have shown that human dental pulp stem cells (DPSC) and human adipose stem cells (ASC) have been proven to generate cardiac-like cells which are able to improve heart function when delivered to rat in vivo [11, 12].