In this editorial from Regenerative Medicine, volume 13, issue 4, learn more about the applications of adipose-derived stem cell subpopulations.
As our understanding of cellular biology advances, so must our application of this knowledge. The clinical approaches to problems of regenerative medicine must inevitably become more reliant on our understanding of cellular mechanisms and interactions. The growing awareness of the importance and utility of stem cells has so far gone hand in hand with advancements in regenerative medicine. At the same time, the complexity of the therapeutic potential of stem cells heralds the need for more targeted and patient-specific treatments.
In this editorial, published in Regenerative Medicine, Richard JP Smith and Adam J Reid discuss the therapeutic benefits of adipose-derived stem cell subpopulations.
Smith RJP, Reid AJ. The potential of adipose-derived stem cell subpopulations in regenerative medicine. Regen.Med. 13(4), 357-360 (2018)