Introduction

Stem cell therapy and transplantation, also known as regenerative medicinal process of peripheral blood stem cell transplant, promotes the reparative response of diseased, dysfunctional or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives. The ultimate goal of stem cell therapy is to replace unhealthy cells with healthy ones and to allow proper cell functioning in the human body. The potential uses for stem cell... Readmore

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Khalid Ahmed Al-Anazi | Editor-in-Chief

Consultant and Chairman of Department, King Fahad Specialist Hospital, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, Email: kaa_alanazi@yahoo.com;  Tel: 00966506444738

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2020-07-07 Review Article

The rising role of mesenchymal stem cells in the treatment of COVID-19 infections

Al-Anazi KA* and Al-Jasser AM

Infectious diseases are a leading cause of death worldwide [1,2]. The Mid-20th century witnessed most of the antimicrobial discoveries but recently there is dramatic shortage of new classes of antimicrobial agents due to failure to build a sustainable antimicrobial discovery platform [1-4]. For e...

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2020-05-11 Review Article

Neutrophils, NETs, NETosis and their paradoxical roles in COVID-19

Al-Anazi KA*, Al-Anazi WK and Al-Jasser AM

Abstract

The pandemic of COVID-19 has adversely affected the world in many aspects. The health and economic sectors suffer most of the repercussions of this disease. The search for a cure for this rapidly spreading virus which is causing massive life losses worldwide requires clear un...

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2020-02-27 Editorial

Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in systemic sclerosis patients

Eleftherios Pelechas* and Panagiota Karagianni

Editorial

Systemic sclerosis (SScl) is an autoimmune disorder of unknown aetiology, characterised by fibrosis and microvascular injury of the affected organs. The hallmark of the disease is thickening and tightness of the skin and the subcutaneous tissue. SScl can affect virtually any...

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2019-12-18 Review Article

A review on the occurrence of opportunistic infections after applications of stem cell techniques

Hasan Hosainzadegan*, Parviz Vahedi and Mortaza Hosainzadegan

Abstract

In recent years, stem cells technology have been used widely in basic and clinical science researches LIPUS (low-intensity pulsed ultrasound) is another technique commonly used in conjunction with stem cells that can have complications after applications. One of the important...

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2019-12-09 Review Article

Natural killer cells in patients with hematologic malignancies, solid tumors and in recipients of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Al-Anazi KA*, Al-Jasser AM and Al-Anazi WK

Abstract

Natural killer cells represent the first line of defense against infections and tumors and can be derived from various sources including: bone marrow, peripheral blood, specific types of human stem cells, and certain cell lines. The functions of natural killer cells are influ...

Abstract Read Full Article HTML DOI: 10.29328/journal.jsctt.1001017 Cite this Article

2019-11-08 Short Communication

Human mesenchymal stem cells conditioned media promotes the wound healing process - An in vitro study

Rashi K Jain*, Devashree Vakil, Corey Cunningham and Kuldip Sidhu

Abstract

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) conditioned medium (CM) has a promising prospect towards skin regeneration. Therefore, human dental pulp and adipose stem cells (DPSCs and ADSCs) were isolated, propagated and evaluated for their stemness and genetic stability over time in cultur...

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2019-10-01 Editorial

The rising role of natural killer cells in patients with malignant hematological disorders and in recipients of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Khalid Ahmed Al-Anazi*

Introduction

Natural killer (NK) cells, the third population of lymphoid cells, comprise 5%-25% of peripheral blood (PB) lymphocytes and represent the first line of defense against infections and tumors [1-7]. They can be derived from: bone marrow, PB, cryopreserved umbilical cord blo...

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2019-09-04 Review Article

Advances in the use of GABAergic interneurons for the treatment of epilepsy

Federica Frisina#, Giulia Valetti#, Giulia Zuccarini#, Luciano Conti# and Giorgio R Merlo*

Abstract

Forebrain GABAergic neurons, the main inhibitory type of neuron in the cortex and hippocampus, represent a highly heterogeneous cell population that has been implicated in the predisposition to epilepsy and the onset of seizure. Earlier attempts to restore inhibition and redu...

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2019-02-12 Research Article

Application of autologous adipose-derived stem cells for thin endometrium treatment in patients with failed ART programs

I Sudoma, L Pylyp, Y Kremenska and Y Goncharova*

Introduction

One of the factors of assisted reproduction technology (ART) success is an adequate growth and development of endometrium. At the end of follicular phase of menstrual cycle endometrium reaches its greatest thickness. It is believed that there is a critical limit of endome...

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2018-08-28 Research Article

Preliminary Report on the Effect of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy in Patients with Chronic Lung Allograft Dysfunction

Cesar A Keller*, Thomas A Gonwa, Athena L Russell, David O Hodge, David B Erasmus and Abba C Zubair

Abstract

Background: Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) effects can shift immune responses toward anti-inflammatory and tolerogenic phenotypes, potentially helping patients with bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome (BOS).

Methods: We evaluated the eff...

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