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Fetal tissue-derived stem cells may be ideal source for repairing tissues and organs
Date:8/22/2013

t for cell transplantation is likely to be greater.

"The MFDCs demonstrated their favorable characteristics for a potential large scale production aimed at clinical use," said Dr. Chinnici.

The researchers noted that the most interesting aspect of their study was the finding that multipotent cells can be successfully isolated from small fetal skin biopsies and maintained in culture for long periods with multipotency, stability and low immunogenicity retained, "thus generating large quantities of cells for clinical use."

"Given these results, the future prospect is to translate the concept of MFDCs as cells of therapeutic interest into experimental models of tissue regeneration," they concluded.


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Contact: Bob Miranda
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Cell Transplantation Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair
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