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Human adult olfactory epithelial-derived neural progenitors (hONPs) can differentiate along several neural lineages in response to morphogenic signals in vitro. A previous study optimized the transfection paradigm for the differentiation of hONPs to dopaminergic neurons. This study engrafted cells modified by the most efficient transfection paradigm for dopaminergic neural restriction and pretransfected controls into a unilateral neurotoxin, 6-hydroxydopamine-induced parkinsonian rat model. Read more >
Neurogenesis continues in the adult brain and in the adult olfactory epithelium. The cytokine, leukaemia inhibitory factor and nitric oxide are both known to stimulate neuronal progenitor cell proliferation in the olfactory epithelium after injury. Our aim here was to determine whether these observations are independent, specifically, whether leukaemia inhibitory factor triggers neural precursor proliferation via the inducible nitric oxide synthase pathway. Read more >
Numerous preclinical studies have shown that transplantation of stem cell-derived retinal pigment epithelial cell (RPE) preserves photoreceptor cell anatomy in the dystrophic Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) rat. How rescue is spatially distributed over the eye, relative to the transplantation site, is less clear. Read more >
Olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs), which are glia from the olfactory system, have evolved as attractive candidates for transplant-mediated repair based on long-standing knowledge that the olfactory system is one of the only central nervous system tissues that can support neurogenesis throughout life. Read more >
Olfactory mucosal (OM) tissue, a potential source of stem cells, is currently being assessed in the clinic as a candidate tissue for transplant-mediated repair of spinal cord injury. We examined the ability of embryonic rat OM tissue to generate stem cells using culture conditions known to promote neural stem cell proliferation. Read more >
The olfactory epithelium is remarkable for the persistence of multipotent, neurocompetent progenitor and stem cells throughout life that can replace all of the various cell types of the epithelium following injury. The therapeutic exploitation of the neurocompetent stem cells of the adult olfactory epithelium would be facilitated by the development of a culture system that maintains the in vivo potency of the progenitors while they are expanded and/or manipulated. Read more >
To investigate the distributions of epithelial stem cells in the tympanic membrane and the growth characteristics of cultured epithelial cells from different region of tympanic membrane, and to establish culture techniques of stem cells in tympanic membrane.
With over 1,500 identifiable mutations in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene that result in distinct functional and phenotypical abnormalities, it is virtually impossible to perform randomized clinical trials to identify the best therapeutics for all patients. Therefore, a personalized medicine approach is essential. Read more >
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