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    The Latest Application Progress of Human Umbilical Cord-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (hUC-MSCs) in Neurological Diseases

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张德双,陈 娟:四川大学华西第二医院新生儿科

脐带间充质干细胞移植神经系统疾病Human; Umbilical Cord; Mesenchymal Stem Cells; Transplantation; Nervous System Diseases



The mesenchymal stem cell is rich in human umbilical cord, compared with MSCs of other sources, hUC-MSCs have major advantages such as richer source, easier collection freedom, shorter doubling time, lower immunogenicity, longer-term survival after transplantation, no ethical implications and so on. In recent years, the investigation of hUC-MSCs has been growing. In appropriate circumstances, hUC-MSCs can differentiate into neuron-like cells, when transplanted into different animal models of neurological diseases can promote the recovery of neural function. Now, we will review the latest application progress of hUC-MSCs in Neurological Diseases.

张德双, 陈娟. 人脐带间充质干细胞移植在神经系统疾病中的新进展[J]. 国际神经精神科学杂志, 2012, 1(3): 17-21. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/IJPN.2012.13005


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