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by W. Holzgreve,M. Lessl

ePub Stem Cells from Cord Blood, in Utero Stem Cells Development and Transplantation Inclusive Gene Therapy download
Author:
W. Holzgreve,M. Lessl
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978-3540677017
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3540677011
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Springer; 1 edition (January 15, 2001)
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In providing an overview of both stem cell therapy and gene therapy, this article is an in-depth and critical appreciation of combined cell and gene therapy approach for myocardial repair. Angiogenesis in the human heart: Gene and cell therapy. February 2005 · Angiogenesis.

Indeed, at first glance the recovery of stem cells from cord blood has to be seen as separate from the attempts to achieve effective in utero . Tolerance Induction Following In Utero Stem Cell Transplantation.

strictly ex­ perimental and only investigated in medical centers with the appropri­ ate background.

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Wolfgang Holzgreve, Monika Lessl.

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strictly ex perimental and only investigated in medical centers with the appropri ate background

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Stem Cells from Cord Blood, in Utero Stem Cells Development and Transplantation Inclusive Gene Thera.

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Prenatal therapy with stem cells has already been successful in human fetuses with severe combined immunodeficiency, who after early prenatal diagnosis and successful in utero application of stem cells were born with stable chimerism and are healthy, without any manifestations.

Prenatal therapy with stem cells has already been successful in human fetuses with severe combined immunodeficiency, who after early prenatal diagnosis and successful in utero application of stem cells were born with stable chimerism and are healthy, without any manifestations of the disease, so that they could even have their normal vaccinations.

Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) is the transplantation of multipotent hematopoietic stem cells, usually derived from bone marrow, peripheral blood, or umbilical cord blood. It may be autologous (the patient's own stem cells are used), allogeneic (the stem cells come from a donor) or syngeneic (from an identical twin). It is most often performed for patients with certain cancers of the blood or bone marrow, such as multiple myeloma or leukemia.

The title "Stem Cells from Cord Blood, In Utero Stem Cell Develop­ ment, and Transplantation-Inclusive Gene Therapy" suggests that more than one topic is combined in one workshop. Indeed, at first glance the recovery of stem cells from cord blood has to be seen as separate from the attempts to achieve effective in utero therapy by stem cell trans­ plantation, because the first issue deals with an innovative stem cell source as an alternative to bone marrow, which is already spreading rapidly in medical practice, whereas the second topic is still strictly ex­ perimental and only investigated in medical centers with the appropri­ ate background. It is, however, not only justified, but helpful to com­ bine the two topics in one workshop and consequently to cover them in the same volume of the Ernst Schering Research Foundation Work­ shop series, because they are intimately related and both based on the new insights into the biology of stem cells. Professor Werner Arber, the Nobel Laureate from the University of Basel, pointed out in his In- Professor Dr. W. Holzgreve VI Preface The participants of the workshop troductory Lecture that our understanding of hematopoietic stem cells as descendents of totipotent cells and our current approaches to using them in post-and prenatal therapy have been furthered significantly by genetic engineering technologies which are "artificial contributions to the process of biologic evolution".