Allogeneic tendon-derived stem cells promote tendon healing and suppress immunoreactions in hosts: in vivo model.

@article{Lui2014AllogeneicTS,
  title={Allogeneic tendon-derived stem cells promote tendon healing and suppress immunoreactions in hosts: in vivo model.},
  author={Pauline Po-Yee Lui and Siu Kai Kong and Pui Man Lau and Yin Mei Wong and Yuk Wa Lee and Chunlai Tan and On Tik Wong},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part A},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 21-22},
  pages={2998-3009}
}
The medium- to long-term healing effect and infiltration of inflammatory cells, after transplantation of allogeneic tendon-derived stem cell (TDSC) to the rat patellar tendon window wound, were examined. Allogeneic patellar TDSCs derived from a green fluorescent protein rat were used. The outcome of tendon healing and the infiltration of inflammatory cells were examined by histology and immunohistochemistry up to week 16 postinjury. The fate of the transplanted cells was examined by ex vivo… CONTINUE READING
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