TITLE

Cell therapy strategies and improvements for muscular dystrophy

AUTHOR(S)
Quattrocelli, M.; Cassano, M.; Crippa, S.; Perini, I.; Sampaolesi, M.
PUB. DATE
August 2010
SOURCE
Cell Death & Differentiation;Aug2010, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p1222
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Understanding stem cell commitment and differentiation is a critical step towards clinical translation of cell therapies. In past few years, several cell types have been characterized and transplanted in animal models for different diseased tissues, eligible for a cell-mediated regeneration. Skeletal muscle damage is a challenge for cell- and gene-based therapeutical approaches, given the unique architecture of the tissue and the clinical relevance of acute damages or dystrophies. In this review, we will consider the regenerative potential of embryonic and somatic stem cells and the outcomes achieved on their transplantation into animal models for muscular dystrophy or acute muscle impairment.
ACCESSION #
52112219

 

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