Human mesenchymal stem cells are tolerized by mice and improve skin and spinal cord injuries.

@article{Mansilla2005HumanMS,
  title={Human mesenchymal stem cells are tolerized by mice and improve skin and spinal cord injuries.},
  author={Eduardo Villanueva Mansilla and Gustavo H Mar{\'i}n and Flavio Sturla and Hugo Drago and Mar{\'i}a Angeles Iba{\~n}ez Gil and Matthew Gardiner and Gabriella Piccinelli and Silvia Bossi and Eduardo Salas and L. Petrelli and Giuseppe Di Iorio and Carlos A Ramos and C Alberto Soratti},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={2005},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={292-4}
}
INTRODUCTION We sought to use human mesenchymal stem cells (HMSC) for skin and spinal cord repair in mice. MATERIALS AND METHODS Human bone marrow obtained from a young healthy donor was used to separate and culture human mesenchymal stem cells (HMSC). Ten mice were included in each of four groups. A full-thickness skin defect was surgically performed on all mice in groups 1 and 2. A transverse complete medullar section was performed in groups 3 and 4. Groups 1 and 3 received HMSC IV infusion… CONTINUE READING

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