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The research about astragalus mongholicus induce human umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cells into neurons / 中华显微外科杂志
Chinese Journal of Microsurgery ; (6): 128-130,后插6, 2011.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-583992
ABSTRACT
Objective To investigate the biological characteristics of human umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cells(UCMSCs) and inducing them to differentiate into neurons in vitro,in order to provide stem cell resource for the tissue engineering artificial nerve. Methods UCMSCs were cultured from Wharton jelly of human umbilical cord in the condition of sterilitas,surface antigens of UCMSCs were detected by immunohistochemistry.The frist group of cells were added by virgin nutrient,the second group of cells were induced by merely growth factors,the third of cells were induced by merely astragalus mongholicus and the fourth by the astragalus mongholicus with growth factor,observed the morphology of the cells of the two groups under inverted microscope,and determine the positive expression rate of nerve cells' markers,such as NSE,NF and GFAP.The results were statistically analyzed.Results UCMSCs were strongly positive for CD29,CD44,CD105,weakly positive for CD105 and negative for CD34,CD45.After induced by Astragalus mongholicus,UCMSCs were strongly positive for GFAP,NSE. Conclusion UCMSCs can be successfully cultured from the adherent tissue pieces,Astragalus mongholicus can successfully induce them to differentiate into neurons in vitro,to provide a new method of making the tissue engineering artificial nerve and treat theperipheraly nervus defect.

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Microsurgery Year: 2011 Type: Article