Bloodstream cells phenotypically identical to human mesenchymal bone marrow stem cells circulate in large amounts under the influence of acute large skin damage: new evidence for their use in regenerative medicine.

@article{Mansilla2006BloodstreamCP,
  title={Bloodstream cells phenotypically identical to human mesenchymal bone marrow stem cells circulate in large amounts under the influence of acute large skin damage: new evidence for their use in regenerative medicine.},
  author={Eduardo Villanueva Mansilla and Gustavo H Mar{\'i}n and Hugo Drago and Flavio Sturla and Eduardo Salas and Christel Gardiner and Silvia Bossi and Roberto Lamonega and A{\'i}da Guzm{\'a}n and Antonio N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Mar{\'i}a Angeles Iba{\~n}ez Gil and Gabriella Piccinelli and Ricardo Ibar and C Alberto Soratti},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={2006},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={967-9}
}
OBJECTIVES Recent work has shown that human bone marrow contains mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). However, little is known about their presence in peripheral blood. Since these cells are potentially responsible for tissue repair after injury, their number should be increased during these situations. To demonstrate their number during these situations, we measured MSCs in the peripheral blood of healthy donors and burn patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS Blood samples were obtained from 15 acute… CONTINUE READING

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