Annotated Regenerative Medicine Peer-Reviewed Articles
Regenerative Medicine Application for Osteoarthritis in the Knee Joint:
A Mini Review
The aim of this review is to outline the latest advances in Regenerative Medicine Therapy for knee osteoarthritis as well as highlight some of the advantages of Regenerative Medicine Therapy over traditional approaches aimed at restoration of cartilage function in the knee.
Current Perspectives in Regenerative Medicine Research for Knee Cartilage Repair
This review draws attention to the different perspectives on Regenerative Medicine Therapy for repairing damaged cartilage in the knees. It also provides adequate research about the issue with cartilage repair and the role of Regenerative Medicine Therapy during recovery.
Patrick Orth, Ana Rey-Rico, Jagadeesh K Venkatesan, Henning Madry, and Magali Cucchiarini
Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Mesenchymal Regenerative Medicine Transplantation for Osteoarthritis Treatment: A Meta-analysis
In this study, the researchers examine the therapeutic efficacy and safety of mesenchymal regenerative tissues (MSCs) for knee osteoarthritis (OA) therapy. It provides significant information about the effectiveness of Regenerative Medicine Therapy for knee osteoarthritis.
Ma Yubo, Li Yanyan, Li Li, Sun Tao, Lin Bo, and Chen Lin
Advances and Prospects in regenerative tissues for Cartilage Regeneration
This review examines emerging trends on using regenerative tissues in cartilage tissue repair and regenerative medicine. It focuses on the characterization of cartilage regenerative tissues, the chondrogenic differentiation of regenerative tissues, and the various strategies, approaches, and clinical studies.
Cartilage Repair by Mesenchymal regenerative tissues: Clinical Trial Update and Perspectives
This review summarizes recently reported MSC-based clinical trials and discusses new research directions with particular focus on the potential application of MSC-derived extracellular vehicles, miRNAs and advanced gene editing techniques.
Mesenchymal Regenerative Medicine Therapy in the Treatment of Hip Osteoarthritis
This study was performed to investigate the safety and efficacy of the intra-articular infusion of ex vivo expanded autologous bone marrow-derived mesenchymal regenerative tissues (BM-MSC) to a cohort of patients with articular cartilage defects in the hip.