The Development of Stem Cell-derived Exosomes as a Cell-free Regenerative Medicine Review Article

@inproceedings{Vishnubhatla2014TheDO,
  title={The Development of Stem Cell-derived Exosomes as a Cell-free Regenerative Medicine Review Article},
  author={Indira Vishnubhatla and Randolph Corteling and Lara Stevanato and Caroline A. Hicks and John D. Sinden},
  year={2014}
}
A successful strategy in regenerative medicine over the last decade has been the translation of stem cell therapy to repair diseased or damaged tissue in a wide range of indications, despite limited evidence attributing any therapeutic benefit to cell survival or differentiation. Recent findings, however, have demonstrated that the conditioned media from stem cell cultures can produce similar efficacious effects compared to those observed for cells. This has led to the stem cell paracrine… CONTINUE READING

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