Amniotic Fluid and Placental Membranes

Unexpected Sources of Highly Multipotent Cells Sean V. Murphy, PhD, Anthony Atala, MD Semin Reprod Med. 2013;31(1):62-68. Abstract Gestational tissue such as the placenta, placental membranes, and amniotic fluid are usually discarded following birth. Recently, researchers have identified gestational tissue as an untapped source of stem cells that are highly multipotent and possess potent immunosuppressive…
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Bone and Tissue Regeneration A Game Changer

British researchers at the University of Birmingham conducted a study that could alter the field of regenerative medicine. They developed a way to regenerate human bone and tissue using non-scale structures. This helps the body more efficiently replace tissue that was lost. Although it will be many years before the technology is approved for public…
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