Unique Properties of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Promotes Growth of New Blood Vessels

MSCs can promote other stem cells into organizing into new tissues, organs, and vascularization.

Researchers at University of Illinois at Chicago have discovered an ability of mesenchymal stem cells [the type of stem cells found in teeth] to facilitate the growth of new blood vessels.  MSCs promotion of vascularization is critical, not only for the repair of damaged tissue and organs, but for the development of new organs as well.

This study showcases the special properties that make MSCs particularly valuable in emerging regenerative medical treatments. In addition to their ability to differentiate into tissue such as neurons, bone, insulin-producing beta cells, muscle and skin [amongst others], MSCs are also able to organize other stem cells to induce the formation of new tissue, organs and, in this case, vascularization.

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