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Adipose-derived stem cells for regenerative medicine.
The isolation, characterization, and preclinical and clinical application of adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs) are reviewed in this article.
Immunophenotype of Human Adipose‐Derived Cells: Temporal Changes in Stromal‐Associated and Stem Cell–Associated Markers
The adherence to plastic and subsequent expansion of human adipose‐derived cells in fetal bovine serum‐supplemented medium selects for a relatively homogeneous cell population, enriching for cells expressing a stromal immunophenotype, compared with the heterogeneity of the crude SVF.
Surface protein characterization of human adipose tissue‐derived stromal cells
Flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry show that human adipose tissue‐derived stromal cells have a protein expression phenotype that is similar to that of human bone marrow stroma cells.
Yield of human adipose-derived adult stem cells from liposuction aspirates.
The ability to isolate a consistently homogeneous population of undifferentiated adult stem cells from adipose tissue of multiple donors supports their potential utility in future tissue-engineering applications.
Cytokine profile of human adipose‐derived stem cells: Expression of angiogenic, hematopoietic, and pro‐inflammatory factors
It is concluded that the ASCs display cytokine secretory properties similar to those reported for bone marrow‐derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which are consistent with the functionality of the secreted cytokines and confirm recent reports by other laboratories concerning the hematopoietic supportive capability of ASCs.
Isolation of adipose-derived stem cells and their induction to a chondrogenic phenotype
The ability to isolate, expand and differentiate adult stem cells into a chondrogenic lineage is an important step in the development of tissue engineering approaches for cartilage repair or
Characterization of equine adipose tissue-derived stromal cells: adipogenic and osteogenic capacity and comparison with bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stromal cells.
The frequency, in vitro growth rate, and adipogenic and osteogenic differentiation potential of equine ASCs show some differences to those documented for ASCs in other mammalian species.