Adipose-derived stem cells for cartilage regeneration - moving towards clinical applicability

@inproceedings{Labusca2013AdiposederivedSC,
  title={Adipose-derived stem cells for cartilage regeneration - moving towards clinical applicability},
  author={Luminita Labusca and Kaveh Mashayekhi},
  booktitle={Stem Cell Research & Therapy},
  year={2013}
}
Despite multiple methods of treatment and a wealth of research in the field of regenerative medicine focusing on cartilage defects, the management of cartilage injuries remains a challenge. A recent study by Van Pham and colleagues proposes a method for preconditioning autologous adipose-derived stem cells. Their study offers evidence about the increased proliferative and chondrogenetic capabilities of platelet-rich plasma-treated adipose-derived stem cells and the increased efficiency of these… CONTINUE READING

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