A Review of Platelet-Rich Plasma: History, Biology, Mechanism of Action, and Classification

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is currently used in different medical fields. The interest in the application of PRP in dermatology has recently increased. It is being used in several different applications as in tissue regeneration, wound healing, scar revision, skin rejuvenating effects, and alopecia.

PRP History, Biology Mechanism July 2017
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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.

ADSC's in Vitiligo, Alopecia & Wounds Aug 2017
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Stem cell therapy on skin: Mechanisms, recent advances and drug reviewing issues

Stem cell products and its clinical applications have been widely discussed in recent years, particularly when the Japanese “induced pluripotent stem cells” founder Dr. Yamanaka was awarded as Nobel Prize laureate in 2013

Stem Cell Therapy on Skin Jan 2018
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Current and Future Perspectives of Stem Cell Therapy in Dermatology

Stem cells (SCs), common to all multicellular organisms, are specified as undifferentiated self-replicating cells possessing the ability to generate, sustain and replace terminally differentiated cells.

Current and Future Perspectives of Stem Cell Therapy in Dermatology
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