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The influence of mesenchymal stem cells on peripheral nerve repair
NERVE INJURY: SENSORY NEURONS ARE CAPABLE OF SURVIVAL AND REGENERATION

Peripheral nerve injury was restored after implant of mesenchymal stem cells into a biodegradable tube. The nerve regenerated and the sensory neurons were preserved from dying, leading to an improvement on the motor function of affected mice. Use of these stem cells might be a promising strategy for nervous system lesions.

The article was published by
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Tissue Engineering: Part A
Volume / Volumen: 18
Number / Número: 19-20
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 2030-2039
Year / Año: 2012
Month / Mes: october


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Principal institution where the research took place
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Programa de Pesquisa em Neurociência Básica e Clínica, Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


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Other articles written by the author Flavia Frattini
Otros artículos de Flavia Frattini

Pereira Lopes, F.R., Frattini, F., Marques, S.A., Almeida, F.M., Moura Campos, L.C., Langone, F., Lora, S., Borojevic, R., and Martinez, A.M. Transplantation of bone-marrow derived cells into a nerve guide resulted in transdifferentiation into Schwann cells and effective regeneration of transected mouse sciatic nerve. Micron 41, 783, 2010.

Pereira Lopes FR, Lisboa BC, Frattini F, Almeida FM, Tomaz MA, Matsumoto PK, Langone F, Lora S, Melo PA, Borojevic R, Han SW, Martinez AM. Enhancement of sciatic nerve regeneration after vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) gene therapy. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol,37(6),600, 2011.

Pereira Lopes FR, Martin PK, Frattini F, Biancalana A, Almeida FM, Tomaz MA, Melo PA, Borojevic R, Han SW, Martinez AM.Double gene therapy with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor and vascular endothelial growth factor acts synergistically to improve nerve regeneration and functional outcome after sciatic nerve injury in mice. Neuroscience, 29(230), 184, 2013.




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Flavia Frattini was invited by SIIC on
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2013, january 16
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2021, march 9
The authors' report was accepted on
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2021, march 9
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2021, june 7





The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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Anatomo-Pathology
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Neurology
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Neuropathology
Neuropatología

Neurosurgery
Neurocirugía

Transplants
Trasplantes

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Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Polycaprolactone Conduit Promote Sciatic Nerve Regeneration and Sensory Neuron Survival After Nerve Injury


Author / Autor
Flavia Frattini1, Fatima Rosalina Pereira Lopes2, Fernanda Martins Almeida3, Rafaela Fintelman4, Leonardo Cunha Boldrini5, Marcelo A. Tomaz6, Abrahao Fontes Baptista7, Paulo A. Melo8, Ana Maria Blanco Martinez9

9 Md, Phd, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil


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