cytotherapy

cytotherapy

(si?to-ther'a-pe) [? + therapeia, treatment]
1.
Hormonotherapy.
2. Use of cytotoxic or cytolytic substances or serums to treat disease.
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Cox-2 inhibition potentiates mouse bone marrow stem cell engraftment and differentiation-mediated wound repair," Cytotherapy, 2017; 19 (6): 756
Biodegradable ECM-coated PCL microcarriers support scalable human early MSC expansion and in vivo bone formation," Cytotherapy, 2016; 18 (10): 1332 DOI: 10.
The International Society for Cellular Therapy position statement," Cytotherapy, vol.
Treatment of stress urinary incontinence with adipose tissue-derived stem cells," Cytotherapy, vol.
Grant, "Magnetic resonance contrast and biological effects of intracellular superparamagnetic iron oxides on human mesenchymal stem cells with long-term culture and hypoxic exposure," Cytotherapy, vol.
Methods for magnetically labeling stem and other cells for detection by in vivo magnetic resonance imaging," Cytotherapy, vol.
Infectional-immunologiucal aspects of missed abortion: resource of cytotherapy in rehabilitation programme for early postabortion period (literature review)," Issues of Reproduction [Problemi reprodukcii], in Russian, Vol.
The study has been published in the Cytotherapy journal.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota announced in the November 7 issue of Cytotherapy that they had transformed umbilical cord stem cells into a specific lung cell, according to Minnesota Daily.
Human adipose-derived mesenchymal stromal cell pigment epithelium-derived factor cytotherapy modifies genetic and epigenetic profiles of prostate cancer cells.
Hematopoietic recovery of acute radiation syndrome by human superoxide dismutase-expressing umbilical cord mesenchymal stromal cells," Cytotherapy, vol.