Decellularized silk fibroin scaffold primed with adipose mesenchymal stromal cells improves wound healing in diabetic mice

@inproceedings{Navone2013DecellularizedSF,
  title={Decellularized silk fibroin scaffold primed with adipose mesenchymal stromal cells improves wound healing in diabetic mice},
  author={Stefania Elena Navone and Luisa Pascucci and Marta Dossena and Anna M. Ferri and Gloria Invernici and Francesco Acerbi and Silvia Cristini and Gloria Bedini and Valentina Tosetti and Valentina Ceserani and Arianna Bonomi and Augusto Pessina and Giuliano Freddi and Antonio Alessandrino and Piero Ceccarelli and Rolando Campanella and Giovanni Marfia and Giulio Alessandri and Eugenio Agostino Parati},
  booktitle={Stem Cell Research & Therapy},
  year={2013}
}
Silk fibroin (SF) scaffolds have been shown to be a suitable substrate for tissue engineering and to improve tissue regeneration when cellularized with mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs). We here demonstrate, for the first time, that electrospun nanofibrous SF patches cellularized with human adipose-derived MSCs (Ad-MSCs-SF), or decellularized (D-Ad-MSCs-SF), are effective in the treatment of skin wounds, improving skin regeneration in db/db diabetic mice. The conformational and structural… CONTINUE READING
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