Adipose-derived stem cells are an ideal mesenchymal stem cell population for regenerative medical application. The isolation procedure is performed by mechanical isolation under a laminar air flow bench without using serum or animal-derived reagents; cells were characterized by flow cytometric analysis. Cell availability is improved compared with enzymatic digestion procedures. The adipose-derived stem cell mechanical isolating procedure presented here is easier, safer, cheaper, and faster than traditional currently performed enzymatic procedures.

A novel and effective strategy for the isolation of adipose-derived stem cells: minimally manipulated adipose-derived stem cells for more rapid and safe stem cell therapy / Raposio, Edoardo; Caruana, G; Bonomini, S; Libondi, G.. - In: PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. - ISSN 0032-1052. - 133:6(2014), pp. 1406-1409. [10.1097/PRS.0000000000000170]

A novel and effective strategy for the isolation of adipose-derived stem cells: minimally manipulated adipose-derived stem cells for more rapid and safe stem cell therapy.

RAPOSIO, Edoardo;
2014-01-01

Abstract

Adipose-derived stem cells are an ideal mesenchymal stem cell population for regenerative medical application. The isolation procedure is performed by mechanical isolation under a laminar air flow bench without using serum or animal-derived reagents; cells were characterized by flow cytometric analysis. Cell availability is improved compared with enzymatic digestion procedures. The adipose-derived stem cell mechanical isolating procedure presented here is easier, safer, cheaper, and faster than traditional currently performed enzymatic procedures.
2014
A novel and effective strategy for the isolation of adipose-derived stem cells: minimally manipulated adipose-derived stem cells for more rapid and safe stem cell therapy / Raposio, Edoardo; Caruana, G; Bonomini, S; Libondi, G.. - In: PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. - ISSN 0032-1052. - 133:6(2014), pp. 1406-1409. [10.1097/PRS.0000000000000170]
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