Researchers use cells from fatty tissue to treat MS

04/23/2009 | Scotsman (Edinburgh), The

Cells from human fatty tissue, known as stromal vascular fraction cells, significantly improved the condition of three multiple sclerosis patients by stimulating the growth of a fatty material called myelin while limiting the immune reaction, researchers reported. The study was conducted by stem cell firm Medistem and the University of California, San Diego.

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