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Regeneration of Skin Surface by Multipotent Mesenchymal Stem Cells of Adipose Tissue in Laboratory Animals with Infected Wounds

A. Haydar Sahab, S. Tretyak, M.K. Nedzved, E.V. Baranov, E. Nadyrov, H.H. Lobanok, I.B. Vasilevich, M.O. Welcome

   

Abstract
This paper presents results of experimental studies in laboratory animals with a simulated infected wound, for which mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from adipose tissue were used in its treatment. The following peculiarities of MSCs for regeneration of skin defects are established: faster arrest of inflammation, accelerated wound healing processes, as well as observed stimulation of growth of skin appendages. The results of this study may serve the basis for further research from development to introduction into clinical practice of cellular technologies for the treatment of infected wound of various etiologies.

Key words: regeneration, infected wounds, mesenchymal stem cells, adipose tissue

Med-Science. 2013; 2(2): 601-17

 
Medicine Science Vol:2 Issue:2 Year:2013 PP:500-648
Posted in Vol: 2 Issue: 2 Year: 2013 June pp: 500-648

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