Periódicos Brasileiros em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia

Stem cells derived from bone marrow and preclinical trials in Veterinary Medicine

Cristina Oliveira, VanessaFernanda Souza, AlineSérgio Cury, FábioSantos Martins, DanielePerecin, FelipeEduardo Ambrosio, Carlos

The bone marrow is the largest reserve of stem cells into the body, consisting of stromal cells/mesenchymal niches and hematopoietic system. These cells can differentiate as different lineages as osteogenic, chondrogenic and adipogenic. The bone marrow stem cells population has widely used and an attractive target for potential therapeutic treatment for ple-clinical trials, due its high plasticity of differentiation. Thus, with this review we aimed to show an overview of stem cells and mainly bone marrow cells with basic concepts, as well as their potential new venues for treatment in regenerative veterinary medicine.

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