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  1. Content type: Research

    Although wound healing is a simple regenerative process that is critical after surgery, it has been shown to be impaired under psychological stress. The liver has a unique capacity to regenerate through highly...

    Authors: Kasper J. Andersen, Anders R. Knudsen, Ove Wiborg and Frank V. Mortensen

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2015 3:2

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    Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC) have been under investigation for a number of therapies and have lately been in focus as immunosuppressive actors in the field of transplantation. Herein we have extended our pr...

    Authors: Moa Fransson, Johan Brännström, Ida Duprez, Magnus Essand, Katarina Le Blanc, Olle Korsgren and Peetra U. Magnusson

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2015 3:1

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    Chronic Spinal Cord injury is a common, severe, and medically untreatable disease. Since the functional outcomes of acute and experimental chronic spinal cord injury have been shown to improve with stem cell t...

    Authors: Carlos Alberto Palmeira Sarmento, Marcio Nogueira Rodrigues, Renato Zonzini Bocabello, Andrea Maria Mess and Maria Angelica Miglino

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:9

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  4. Content type: Review

    Chronic lung diseases are becoming a leading cause of death worldwide. There are few effective treatments for those patients and less choices to prevent the exacerbation or even reverse the progress of the dis...

    Authors: Jibing Yang and Zhenquan Jia

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:7

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    The human heart has limited regenerative capacity, which makes the reparative response after the cardiac infarction quite challenging. During the last decade, stem cells have become promising candidates for he...

    Authors: Na Li, Chuan Wang, LiXin Jia and Jie Du

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:6

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  6. Content type: Review

    Stroke, the third leading cause of mortality, is usually associated with severe disabilities, high recurrence rate and other poor outcomes. Currently, there are no long-term effective treatments for stroke. Ce...

    Authors: Jian Wang, Wen Yang, Hongjian Xie, Yu Song, Yongkui Li and Lin Wang

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:3

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    Heart failure (HF) is a serious cardiovascular disease and is characterized by exaggerated sympathetic activity. In this paper, we review these limited studies, with particular emphasis on examining the role o...

    Authors: Yu-Ming Kang, Qing Yang, Xiao-Jing Yu, Jie Qi, Yan Zhang, Hong-Bao Li, Qing Su and Guo-Qing Zhu

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:2

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  8. Content type: Review

    The prevalence of diabetes continues to increase world-wide and is a leading cause of morbidity, mortality, and rapidly rising health care costs. Although strict glucose control combined with good pharmacologi...

    Authors: Lu Cai and Bradley B Keller

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2014 2:1

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    Regenerative medicine techniques to recover cardiac and vascular function are being increasingly investigated as management strategies for cardiovascular diseases. Circulating endothelial progenitor cells (EPC...

    Authors: Hui-Bin Liu, Yuan-Feng Gong, Chang-Jiang Yu, Ying-Ying Sun, Xin-Yuan Li, Dan Zhao and Zhi-Ren Zhang

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:9

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  10. Content type: Review

    The word “rejuvenate” found in the Merriam-Webster dictionary is (1) to make young or youthful again: give new vigor to, and (2) to restore to an original or new state. Regenerative medicine is the process of ...

    Authors: Y James Kang and Lily Zheng

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:7

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  11. Content type: Review

    Myocardial infarction (MI) is associated with damage to the myocardium which results in a great loss of functional cardiomyocytes. As one of the most terminally differentiated organs, the endogenous regenerati...

    Authors: Zhiqiang Liu, Jin Zhou, Haibin Wang, Mengge Zhao and Changyong Wang

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:6

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  12. Content type: Review

    Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a fatal disease defined as an abdominal aortic diameter of 3.0 cm or more, where the abdominal aorta exceeds the normal diameter by more than 50%. Histopathological changes o...

    Authors: Yi Wang, Chaoshu Tang and Yanwen Qin

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:5

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    In tissues characterized by a high turnover or following acute injury, regeneration replaces damaged cells and is involved in adaptation to external cues, leading to homeostasis of many tissues during adult li...

    Authors: Dario Coletti, Laura Teodori, Zhenlin Lin, Jean Francois Beranudin and Sergio Adamo

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:4

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  14. Content type: Research

    Alcoholic cardiomyopathy (CMP) is one of the major complications of chronic excessive alcohol consumption. The pathogenic mechanisms implicated are diverse, inducing functional and structural changes in the my...

    Authors: Francesc Borrisser-Pairó, Emilia Antúnez, Ester Tobías and Joaquim Fernández-Solà

    Citation: Regenerative Medicine Research 2013 1:3

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