Ia V Korovina

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Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are a promising tool in regenerative medicine. MSC migration to damaged inflammatory sites (homing) is essential for tissue repair. We have studied the migration properties of adipose-tissue-derived MSCs (AT-MSC) after their cocultivation with activated monocytes from the THP-1 cell line. We observed the increased migration(More)
There was conducted an assessment of the effectiveness of a combination of systemic and regional modes of chemotherapy versus systemic chemoinfusion in treatment of 70 patients with unresectable metastases of colorectal cancer in the liver after extrahepatic progression of a disease. The use of combined therapy statistically significantly increased overall(More)
Efficacy of the-state-of-the-art modalities of systemic and regional chemo-infusion with oxalyplatin (FOLFOX) and irinotecan (FOLFIRI) (162) was compared. Objective response to the former was 40.8%, to the latter--11.9% (p = 0.0002); survival before intrasplenic relapse--9 and 5 months, respectively, (p = 0.0005); overall survival before relapse (median 7(More)
Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC) are considered to be promising tool of regenerative medicine. Migration of MSC toward damaged inflammatory site is essential for physiological tissue reparation. Therefore we studied modifications of migratory features of adipose tissue derived MSC (AT-MSC) after co-cultivation with activated monocytes derived from THP-1 cell(More)
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