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AIM to determine the whether mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) may be used in the treatment of patients with chrOnic intestinal inflammatory diseases (IID). SUBJECTS AND METHODS Thirty-nine patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) (Group 1) and 11 with Crohn's disease (CD) (Group 2) were examined. Comparative groups included 30 patients with UC (Group 2) and 10… (More)
UNLABELLED The aim of the study was to determine the efficacy and safety of mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) of bone marrow in the treatment of patients with ulcerative colitis (UC). MATERIALS AND METHODS The study included 44 patients with ulcerative colitis (UC), which was implemented MSC transplantation, 40 patients with UC who received standard… (More)
Systemic transplantation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) is known to promote reparative process in a number of tissue damage as well as mucous healing one. It provided the basis for our study which was aimed to the effect of systemic transplantation of allogenic MSC (intravenous transfusion) in complex therapy of patients with Ulcerative Colitis.
In experiments on CBA and BALB/c male mice (3 months of age) and F1(CBA X C57BL/6) hybrids (at the age of 3, 12, and 24 months) a difference was noted in the radiosensitivity of spermatogenic epithelium stem cells displayed by the changes in their colony-forming ability in testicular tubules 42 days following local 60Co-gamma-irradiation. The older the… (More)
Dose dependences of heat-induced inactivation of CFUs have been described for the temperature range of 41 to 44 degrees C. The energy of activation of the processes of thermal death was 100-120 kcal/M. CFUs were more resistant to heating than the cells of mouse leukaemia. Heating 1 h or immediately before irradiation had a radiosensitizing effect on CFUs.… (More)
Mouse testes preheated up to 41.5 degrees C for 30 min exhibit an increased radiosensitivity of testis epithelium stem cells. High death rate is described by a shift (by approximately 4 Gy) in the "dose-response" curve to the Abscissa left. The DMF value for hyperthermia depends on the cell survival rate, at which calculations are made, and varies from 2.1… (More)
Mice of three strains exhibited similar changes in radiosensitivity tested with a reference to "intestinal" death: juvenile and old animals were more radiosensitive. No age-related changes were detected in radiosensitivity of stem cells of the small intestine epithelium estimated with a reference to average lethal dose D0.