Allogeneic and autogenous transplantations of MSCs in treatment of the physeal bone bridge in rabbits

@article{Plnka2008AllogeneicAA,
  title={Allogeneic and autogenous transplantations of MSCs in treatment of the physeal bone bridge in rabbits},
  author={Ladislav Pl{\'a}nka and Petr G{\'a}l and Helga Kecova and Jir{\'i} Klima and Jana Hlu{\vc}ilov{\'a} and Eva Filov{\'a} and Ev{\vz}en Amler and Petr Krupa and Leo{\vs} Křen and Robert Srnec and Lucie Urbanova and Jana Lorenzov{\'a} and Alois Ne{\vc}as},
  journal={BMC Biotechnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={70 - 70}
}
BackgroundThe aim of this experimental study on New Zealand's white rabbits was to find differences in the results of treating the distal physeal femoral defect by the transplantation of autologous or allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). After the excision of a created bone bridge in the distal physis of the right femur, modified composite scaffold with MSCs was transplanted into the defect. In animal Group A (n = 11) autogenous MSCs were implanted; in animal Group B (n = 15) allogeneic… CONTINUE READING

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