They have succeeded in growing cartilage, skin, adipose and visceral tissues and have recently managed to grow bone from blood-derived stem cells.
What does BDSC stand for?
BDSC stands for Blood-Derived Stem Cell
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- Business Defense Services Administration
- Business Development Services Fee Agreement
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- Bangladesh Students Association of California
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- British Deaf Sports Council
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- Brown Deer School District (Wisconsin)
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- B&D System Engineers (Centurion, South Africa)
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Donnenberg said that the use of a patient's own bone marrow or blood-derived stem cells for bone marrow reconstitution carries some risk that these cells are contaminated with the patient's own tumor cells: "Since it has been shown in some cases that tumor cells contaminating bone marrow grafts are the source of recurrent malignancies after autologous transplantation, this might be a way of giving patients who need bone marrow reconstitution their own hematopoietic cells derived from a source other than their defective bone marrow," he said in a University press release.
According to Eduardo Cruz, CEO of Cell PRAXIS BioRio, human umbilical cord blood cells (hUCBs) are limited to collection at the time of birth, but menstrual blood-derived stem cells (MenSCs) could be collected once a month for 40 years from women during their reproductive stage.
An estimated 60,000 people are diagnosed with leukemia each year, and Aastrom believes about 35,000 are potential candidates for cord blood-derived stem cell transplants if a large enough cell dose is available.