Adipose-derived stem cells combined with a demineralized cancellous bone substrate for bone regeneration.

@article{Shi2012AdiposederivedSC,
  title={Adipose-derived stem cells combined with a demineralized cancellous bone substrate for bone regeneration.},
  author={Yaling Shi and Jerry R Niedzinski and Adrian Louisville Samaniego and Simon Bogdansky and Brent Lee Atkinson},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part A},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 13-14},
  pages={
          1313-21
        }
}
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) isolated from cadaveric adipose tissue can be obtained in large quantities, and have been reported in the literature to be capable of inducing bone formation in vivo and ex vivo.( 1-6 ) The hypothesis tested whether a demineralized cancellous bone matrix (DCBM) can provide an effective substrate for selection and retention of stem cells derived from the stromal vascular fraction (SVF) of adipose. Human cadaveric adipose tissue was recovered from a donor and… CONTINUE READING

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