The Use of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells in Selected Skin Diseases (Vitiligo, Alopecia , and Non-healing Wounds)

Brown and white adipose tissue is a source of mesenchymal stem cells, specifically adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs). It is an inexpensive, unlimited reservoir of stem cells. From 300 ml of adipose tissue, 2-3 × 108 ADSCs can be obtained. [pdf-embedder url="" title="ADSC's in Vitiligo, Alopecia & Wounds Aug 2017"]

Wound healing

Wound healing is an important but complicated process in human or animal, containing a multifaceted process governed by sequential yet overlapping phases, including hemostasis/ inflammation phase, proliferation phase, and remodeling phase. [pdf-embedder url="" title="Stem Cells in Wound Heling Feb 2018"]

Efficiency of stem cell based therapy in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer: a meta-analysis

Diabetic foot ulcer is a chronic, refractory, frequent complication in diabetic patient. Its treatment often requires multidisciplinary joint efforts, diverse strategies have been adopted to address this annoying issue, including stem cell-based therapy/acellular dermal matrix/negative pressure wound therapy etc. [pdf-embedder url="" title="Stem Cells for Diabetic Foot Ulcer"]