Characteristics of human adipose derived stem cells in scleroderma in comparison to sex and age matched normal controls: implications for regenerative medicine

@inproceedings{Griffin2016CharacteristicsOH,
  title={Characteristics of human adipose derived stem cells in scleroderma in comparison to sex and age matched normal controls: implications for regenerative medicine},
  author={Michelle F Griffin and Caroline M. Ryan and O. K. Pathan and David J. Abraham and Christopher P. Denton and Peter Edward Butler},
  booktitle={Stem Cell Research & Therapy},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundAdipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs) are emerging as an alternative stem cell source for cell-based therapies. Recent data suggest that autologous ADSC-enriched micrografting improves the effects of facial involvement in systemic sclerosis (SSc). We have extensively characterised ADSCs from SSc patients and compared their phenotype and function to healthy age- and sex-matched control ADSCs.MethodsADSCs were isolated and characterised from a cohort of six SSc patients (ADSC-SSc) and were… CONTINUE READING
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