Mesenchymal stem cells are the most popular adult stem cells in the human being that can be isolated from all vascularized tissues. For five decades, although multiple fundamental, preclinical, and clinical studies were carried out, the native identity, role of mesenchymal stem cells in tissue regeneration have long remained elusive. Recent investigations have helped understand the origin of these stem cells and uncover alternative effects of mesenchymal stem cells on tissue healing. This vol focuses on new insights into mesenchymal stem cell biology.
This vol collects cutting-edge and exciting research articles to explore some discoveries about mesenchymal stem cell characteristics from culture to cryopreservation.Read more about Call for RESEARCH MANUSCRIPTS for special vol: New Insights Into Mesenchymal Stem Cell Biology