The most innovative, gestational tissue such as the placenta, placental membranes, and amniotic fluid are often time discarded following birth.
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Recently, researchers have identified gestational tissue as an untapped source of stem cells that are highly differentiated into various cell types including pulmonary (lung), cardiac (heart), neurogenic (brain), hepatogenic (liver), pancreatic (pancreas), myogenic (muscle), osteogenic (bones), endothelial (vessel lining), and more.
In clinical and preclinical studies, gestational derived stem cells have shown efficacy in the treatment of:
Repair of bone defects
Human amniotic fluid has been used in prenatal diagnosis for several decades. However, there is now evidence that amniotic fluid may have more utility than only as a diagnostic tool and may be a source of a powerful therapy for congenital and adult disorders.
Recently, researchers have isolated and characterized highly differentiated stem cells from the amniotic fluid and placental membranes.
Stem cells derived from amniotic fluids are a valuable resource for the field of regenerative medicine.Amnion-derived stem cells contain a variety of grown factors and cytokines that play important roles in the soft tissue repair, replacement, and reconstruction. The growth factors and cytokines are essential in the body’s own rejuvenation and healing process.
In addition, amnion-derived stem cells have potential clinical benefits in a variety of applications and have been used to treat successfully injuries such as:
Ruptured Achilles Tendon
Shoulder Labral Tears
Rotator Cuff Tears
Flexor Tendon Repair
Hip Abductor/Adductor Tears
Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Chronic Non-Healing Wounds
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Atala A, Murphy V, and et al. Amniotic Fluid and Placental Membranes: Unexpected Sources of Highly Multipotent Cells. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. 2013; 31(01) 062-068.
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