Stem cells from human amniotic fluid exert immunoregulatory function via secreted indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase1

@inproceedings{Romani2015StemCF,
  title={Stem cells from human amniotic fluid exert immunoregulatory function via secreted indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase1},
  author={Rita Romani and Irene Pirisinu and Mario Calvitti and Maria Teresa Pallotta and Marco Gargaro and Giovanni Bistoni and Carmine Vacca and Alessandro Di Michele and Ciriana Orabona and Jessica Rosati and Matteo Pirro and Stefano Giovagnoli and Davide Matino and Paolo Prontera and Gabriella Rosi and Ursula Grohmann and Vincenzo Nicola Talesa and Emilio Donti and Paolo Puccetti and Francesca Fallarino},
  booktitle={Journal of cellular and molecular medicine},
  year={2015}
}
Although human amniotic fluid does contain different populations of foetal-derived stem cells, scanty information is available on the stemness and the potential immunomodulatory activity of in vitro expanded, amniotic fluid stem cells. By means of a methodology unrequiring immune selection, we isolated and characterized different stem cell types from second-trimester human amniotic fluid samples (human amniotic fluid stem cells, HASCs). Of those populations, one was characterized by a fast… CONTINUE READING
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