Impact of platelet rich plasma and adipose stem cells on lymphangiogenesis in a murine tail lymphedema model.

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BACKGROUND Lymphedema is an underdiagnosed pathology which in industrialized countries mainly affects cancer patients that underwent lymph node dissection and/or radiation. Currently no effective therapy is available so that patients' life quality is compromised by swellings of the concerned body region. This unfortunate condition is associated with body… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.mvr.2015.09.001

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@article{Ackermann2015ImpactOP, title={Impact of platelet rich plasma and adipose stem cells on lymphangiogenesis in a murine tail lymphedema model.}, author={Maximilian Ackermann and R. v. Wettstein and Christopher Senaldi and Daniel Felix Kalbermatten and Moritz A. Konerding and Wassim Raffoul and Paolo Erba}, journal={Microvascular research}, year={2015}, volume={102}, pages={78-85} }