Comparing the biological characteristics of adipose tissue-derived stem cells of different persons

Authors

  • Wang Shu,

    1. The Cardiology Department of Chinese PLA General Hospital, Fu Xin Road Number 28, Beijing, 100853. China
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  • Yang Ting Shu,

    Corresponding author
    1. The Cardiology Department of Chinese PLA General Hospital, Fu Xin Road Number 28, Beijing, 100853. China
    • The Cardiology Department of Chinese PLA General Hospital, Fu Xin Road Number 28, Beijing, 100853. China.
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  • Chen Yun Dai,

    1. The Cardiology Department of Chinese PLA General Hospital, Fu Xin Road Number 28, Beijing, 100853. China
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  • Qin Zhi Zhen

    1. The Neurosurgery Department of the General Hospital of Chinese People Armed Police Force, Beijing. China
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Abstract

Scientists have found that cell sex is a variable that considerably influences the regeneration abilities of muscle-derived stem cells' in mice. We try to find out whether the cell sex or cell age (the age of donor) will influence the biological characteristics of human adipose tissue-derived stem cells (H-ADSCs). The results indicate that cell sex influences the proliferation, differentiation, paracrine, and anti-apoptosis abilities of the H-ADSCs, and cell age may also affect the H-ADSCs' differentiation and anti-apoptosis abilities. J. Cell. Biochem. 113: 2020–2026, 2012. © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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