2011
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Abstract: Stem cells represent an important tool in veterinary therapeutic field such as tissue engineering. In the present study, equine amnion-derived mesenchymal stromal cells were investigated for applications in veterinary science as an alternative source to bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and adipose stem cells. Amnion stromal cells isolation and characterization protocol is described; the in vitro cell growth rate was calculated by measuring viable cell number over 20 days. The expression of stem cell markers … Show more

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“…Many reports demonstrated that amnion-derived cells have potential to differentiate into cells of mesenchymal lineages in vitro in many species such as bovine , canine (Park et al 2012), feline (Rutigliano et al 2013), chicken (Gao et al 2012), rat (Marcus et al 2008) and equine (Coli et al 2011;Violini et al 2012;Seo et al 2013). In support to these reports, we successfully differentiate the buffalo mesenchymal stem cell-like cells derived from term placenta into adipogenic, chondrogenic and osteogenic cells of mesodermal lineage (Fig.…”
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“…Many reports demonstrated that amnion-derived cells have potential to differentiate into cells of mesenchymal lineages in vitro in many species such as bovine , canine (Park et al 2012), feline (Rutigliano et al 2013), chicken (Gao et al 2012), rat (Marcus et al 2008) and equine (Coli et al 2011;Violini et al 2012;Seo et al 2013). In support to these reports, we successfully differentiate the buffalo mesenchymal stem cell-like cells derived from term placenta into adipogenic, chondrogenic and osteogenic cells of mesodermal lineage (Fig.…”
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“…Recently, Yamahara et al (2014) reported that mesenchymal stem cells isolated from human amniotic tissue have an angiogenesis potential. In animals, amnion-derived stem cells have potential of differentiation into multilineage mesenchymal cell types in many species such as bovine , canine (Park et al 2012), feline (Rutigliano et al 2013), chicken (Gao et al 2012), rat (Marcus et al 2008) and equine (Coli et al 2011;Violini et al 2012;Seo et al 2013). This makes these cells more suitable candidates for cell therapy with less chances of immune-rejection (Lovati et al 2011).…”
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“…Trilineage differentiation potential has been described for equine MSCs derived from bone marrow (74), adipose tissue (97, 98), peripheral blood (99, 100), umbilical cord blood (101), umbilical cord matrix (82), gingiva and periodontal ligament (90), amnion (88) and amnion fluid (84), although the extent of differentiation varied based on the cell source and the differentiation protocols used. Adipogenic differentiation of equine MSCs strongly depends on the components of the differentiation media (102).…”
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“…Recently, Yamahara et al (2014) reported that mesenchymal stem cells isolated from human amniotic tissue have an angiogenesis potential. In animals, amnion-derived stem cells have potential of differentiation into multilineage mesenchymal cell types in many species such as bovine , canine (Park et al 2012), feline (Rutigliano et al 2013), chicken (Gao et al 2012), rat (Marcus et al 2008) and equine (Coli et al 2011;Violini et al 2012;Seo et al 2013). Further, the amnion derived MSCs are reported to express certain key pluripotency markers including OCT4 .…”
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