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Dental Stem Cells Stimulate Peripheral Nerve Regrowth

Posted by maxi@stemsave.com on Jul 16, 2015 3:00:00 PM

Researchers in Japan successfully used dental pulp stem cells [DPSCs] in animal models to stimulate peripheral neural regrowth and ameliorate neural losses associated with autologous nerve grafts, which can lead to diminished function and decreased sensation. The dental pulp stem cells demonstrated regeneration of more myelinated axons than in the control group, which received autologous nerve grafts or collagen.

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Topics: stem cell therapy, dental pulp stem cells, nerve damage, regenerating tissue, autologous stem cells, neural regrowth

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