Adipose stromal cells and platelet-rich plasma therapies synergistically increase revascularization during wound healing.

@article{Blanton2009AdiposeSC,
  title={Adipose stromal cells and platelet-rich plasma therapies synergistically increase revascularization during wound healing.},
  author={Matthew W Blanton and Ivan Hadad and Brian Johnstone and Julia A Mund and Pamela I. Rogers and Barry L. Eppley and Keith L. March},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={123 2 Suppl},
  pages={56S-64S}
}
BACKGROUND The authors examined the efficacy of adipose stem cells, when supplied either alone or in platelet-rich fibrin gels, to improve wound healing. METHODS A porcine full-thickness wound model was used to compare six topical treatments: platelet-poor plasma; platelet-rich plasma; autologous adipose stem cells plus platelet-poor plasma; autologous adipose stem cells plus platelet-rich plasma; allogeneic adipose stem cells containing green fluorescent protein plus platelet-poor plasma… CONTINUE READING
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