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Vol. XI  Issue: 2


Extra-anatomic transplantations in autologous adult cell therapies aiding anatomical regeneration and physiological recovery An insight and categorization
2015 Vol. 11 (2): p32-33. doi:10.46582/jsrm.1102006 [Full Text PDF ] | [Full Text HTML]

JSRM Code: 011020100006| PMID: 27330252

Original Articles

Route of delivery influences biodistribution of human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stromal cells following experimental bone marrow transplantation
Wang FJ, Eid S, Dennis JE, Cooke KR, Auletta JJ, Lee Z
2015 Vol. 11 (2): p34-43. doi:10.46582/jsrm.1102007 [Full Text PDF ] | [Full Text HTML]
JSRM Code: 011020300007
| PMID: 27330253

Brief Communication

Protein contaminations impact quantification and functional analysis of extracellular vesicle preparations from mesenchymal stromal cells
Stolk M, Seifert M
2015 Vol. 11 (2): p44-47. doi:10.46582/jsrm.1102008 [Full Text PDF ] | [Full Text HTML]
JSRM Code: 011020400008 | PMID: 27330254

Expression pattern of Dkk-3, a secreted Wnt pathway inhibitor, in mouse intestinal tissue and three-dimensional cultured Caco-2 spheroids (Article contributing to the cover image)
Kataoka K, Rikitake Y, Ayabe Y
2015 Vol. 11 (2): p48-50. doi:10.46582/jsrm.1102009 [Full Text PDF ] | [Supplementary information] [] |Full Text HTML]
JSRM Code: 011020400009 | PMID: 27330255

Proceedings of the Inventions- Inter-Disciplinary Interactions and Solutions (IIDIAS) Session 2015

An invention of thermo-responsive polymer surface, yielding cell sheet based regenerative therapies in cardiology and ophthalmology
Sawa Y, Cherian KM, Mohanty S, Ganesh JS, Abraham S
2015 Vol. 11 (2): p51-53. doi:10.46582/jsrm.1102010 [Full Text PDF ] [] |Full Text HTML]
JSRM Code: 011020700010 | PMID: 27330256

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