Human Amnion-Derived Stem Cells Have Immunosuppressive Properties on NK Cells and Monocytes.

@article{Li2015HumanAS,
  title={Human Amnion-Derived Stem Cells Have Immunosuppressive Properties on NK Cells and Monocytes.},
  author={Jiali Li and Chika Koike-Soko and Jun Sugimoto and Toshiko Yoshida and Motonori Okabe and Toshio Nikaido},
  journal={Cell transplantation},
  year={2015},
  volume={24 10},
  pages={2065-76}
}
Human amnion-derived cells are considered to be a promising alternative cell source for their potential clinical use in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine because of their proliferation and differentiation ability. The cells can easily be obtained from human amnion, offering a potential source without medical intervention. It has been proven that human amnion-derived cells express immunosuppressive factors CD59 and HLA-G, implying that they may have an immunosuppressive function. To… CONTINUE READING

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