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    • Human amniotic membrane as an alternative source of stem cells for regenerative medicine 

      Díaz-Prado, Silvia; Muiños-López, Emma; Hermida Gómez, Tamara; Cicione, Claudia; Rendal Vázquez, María Esther; Fuentes Boquete, Isaac Manuel; De-Toro, Javier; Blanco García, Francisco J (Elsevier, 2011-02-19)
      [Abstract] The human amniotic membrane (HAM) is a highly abundant and readily available tissue. This amniotic tissue has considerable advantageous characteristics to be considered as an attractive material in the field of ...
    • Proteomic Applications in the Study of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells 

      Mateos, Jesús; Arufe, M.C.; Fernández-Pernas, Pablo; Fafián Labora, Juan Antonio; Blanco García, Francisco J (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2014-02-07)
      Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are undifferentiated cells with an unlimited capacity for self-renewal and able to differentiate towards specific lineages under appropriate conditions. MSCs are, a priori, a good target for ...
    • Quantification of cells expressing mesenchymal stem cell markers in healthy and osteoarthritic synovial membranes 

      Hermida Gómez, Tamara; Fuentes Boquete, Isaac Manuel; Gimeno-Longas, María José; Muiños-López, Emma; Díaz-Prado, Silvia; De-Toro, Javier; Blanco García, Francisco J (Journal of Rheumatology Publishing Company, 2010-11-15)
      [Abstract] Objective. To quantify cells expressing mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) markers in synovial mem- branes from human osteoarthritic (OA) and healthy joints. Methods. Synovial membranes from OA and healthy joints were ...
    • Umbilical Cord as a Mesenchymal Stem Cell Source for Treating Joint Pathologies 

      Arufe, M.C.; Fuente, Alexandre de la; Fuentes Boquete, Isaac Manuel; De-Toro, Javier; Blanco García, Francisco J (Baishideng, 2011-06-18)
      [Abstract] Articular cartilage disorders and injuries often result in life-long chronic pain and compromised quality of life. Regrettably, the regeneration of articular cartilage is a continuing challenge for biomedical ...