Research Article

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

Hasan Hosainzadegan*, Parviz Vahedi and Mortaza Hosainzadegan

Published: 12/18/2019 | Volume 3 - Issue 1 | Pages: 056-058

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 issues in using this modern technique is the occurrence of opportunistic infections and inflammatory reactions in the rejection or destruction of these cells and in turn making ineffective of its applications, which have been reviewed in the following.

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