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Bone marrow cell transplants to benefit those with heart disease
Date:2/24/2010

from BMMCs and may play an important role in the treatment of heart failure through autocrine and paracrine mechanisms," Dr. Gao concluded.

"Both studies demonstrate a possible mechanistic approach in a clinical trial either via the role of monocytes or Apelin to improve cardiac function" said Dr. Amit Patel associate professor of surgery at the University of Utah School of Medicine and the cardiovascular, skin, other tissue section editor of Cell Transplantation ."These important findings further enhance the understanding of the use of bone marrow derived cell therapy for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.".

Contact: Dr. Lian Ru Gao, Department of Cardiology, Navy General Hospital, 6 Fucheng Road, Beijing 100037, China.
Tel: 011-86-10-88180197; fax: 011-86-10-68780127043,
Email: lianru@yahoo.com.cn


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Contact: David Eve
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Cell Transplantation Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair
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