The topics include methodologies in cancer treatment and post-treatment tissue reconstruction, a stability analysis approach to modeling colorectal cancer, the immunogenicity of stem cells, generating scaffold-free three-dimensional cartilage-like microtissues from human chondrocytes, designing biomedical stents for vascular therapy, tactile resonance sensors for detecting and diagnosing age-related diseases, and whether activated platelet-rich plasma combined with adipose-derived stem cells can be used to treat skin wrinkles.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma
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We have 329 other meanings of PRP in our Acronym Attic
- Personnel Reliability Program
- Personnel Retrieval and Processing (United States Marine Corps term for Mortuary Affairs)
- Petroleum Remediation Product (Universal Remediation)
- Phi Rho Pi (est. 1929; forensics)
- Phosphorus Rich Polymer
- Pilot Research Project (various organizations)
- Pimp Rock Palace (website)
- Pipelined Resampling Processor
- Pittwater Radiology Partnership (Sydney, Australia)
- Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris (skin disease)
- PlayRadioPlay! (band)
- Pleasure Ridge Park (Kentucky)
- Poder Revolucionario Popular (Spanish: Popular Revolutionary Power; Peru)
- Policy Research Programme (UK)
- Pollution Reduction Plan (various locations)
- Pollution Reduction Programme (various locations)
- Poly-Ribitol Phosphate
- Polymorphic Region Prediction (biology)
- Portable Radio Program
- Post Reinforcement Pause
Samples in periodicals archive:
Autologous platelet-rich plasma promoted healing of dormant corneal ulcers even in eyes threatened by corneal perforation and was accompanied by a reduction in pain and inflammation .
OTCBB:CMXI), a leading developer of biologically active regenerative therapies for wound care, inflammation and angiogenesis, has announced that data demonstrating the company's AutoloGel(TM) System's enhanced formulation of a near-physiological concentration of PRP gel provides rapid and consistent improvement in healing of chronic wounds was published in the August edition of the peer-reviewed journal, Advances in Skin and Wound Care, in an article entitled, "The Clinical Relevance of Treating Chronic Wounds with an Enhanced Near-Physiological Concentration of Platelet-Rich Plasma Gel.
They will be injected with a mixture of platelet-rich plasma taken from their own blood and Acell, a powder extracted from pig bladders.