Placental Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A promising potential cell-based therapy for Canine Inflammatory Brain Disease

 Rogerio M. Amorim, Kaitlin Clark, Naomi Walker, Aijun Wang, Dori Borjesson
  11th-Jun-2017
Description: Our results suggest that ASCs and pMSCs are potential cell-based therapy for IBD, however, in vitro, the pMSCs were more efficacious to inhibit PBMC proliferation. Further studies will be performed to identify the mechanism by which canine pMSCs downregulate PBMC.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Veterinary
Contributing Organization: World Stem Cell Summit
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Contents:
Placental Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A promising potential cell-based therapy for Canine
Inflammatory Brain Disease.
Topic
Basic Research, Medicine, and Health
Author(s)
Rogerio M. Amorim
Assistant Professor
FMVZ -Unesp - Brazil
Co-Author(s)
Kaitlin Clark, researcher – technician, School of Veterinary Medicine - UCDavis
Naomi Walker, researcher – Technician, school of Veterinary Medicine ... See more

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