Tissues from equine cadaver ligaments up to 72 hours of post-mortem: a promising reservoir of stem cells

@inproceedings{Alsook2015TissuesFE,
  title={Tissues from equine cadaver ligaments up to 72 hours of post-mortem: a promising reservoir of stem cells},
  author={Mohamad Khir Shikh Alsook and Annick E Gabriel and Jo{\"e}lle Piret and Olivier Le Polain de Waroux and C{\'e}line Tonus and Delphine Connan and Etienne A Baise and Nadine Antoine},
  booktitle={Stem Cell Research & Therapy},
  year={2015}
}
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) harvested from cadaveric tissues represent a promising approach for regenerative medicine. To date, no study has investigated whether viable MSCs could survive in cadaveric tissues from tendon or ligament up to 72 hours of post-mortem. The purpose of the present work was to find out if viable MSCs could survive in cadaveric tissues from adult equine ligaments up to 72 hours of post-mortem, and to assess their ability (i) to remain in an undifferentiated state and… CONTINUE READING

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