Menstrual Blood Derived Stem Cells and their Scope in Regenerative Medicine: A Review Article

Authors : Sneha Ann John; Dr. Gopinath E; Dr. VineethChandy

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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The menstrual fluid that is produced due to the endometrial shedding during the menstrual cycle in a women contains the blood cells that plays a major role in cell restoration and repair, these cells constitute the mesenchymal stem cells. The Men SC shave a wide range of attractive properties such as easy and frequent availability without involving any invasive and ethical complications. These cells posses all the properties of Stem cells and even have a better rate of cell proliferation and differentiation compared to the other stem cell sources. These factors have caused increased significance of these cells among the researchers. Hence they could be a source for research and clinical application.The main focus in this review include their effects in various disease like Liver Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, Stroke, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Ovarian related disorder, Myocardial Infarction, Asherman Syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, Cutaneous Wound and provide an update on the cells in their novel form. These cells should be further investigated for their immunological properties along with various other demographic factors. Although, at present less data is available regarding the long term clinical approach, these cells could be a potential option for regenerative therapy, cartilage engineering and chondro protective differentiation.

Keywords : Menstrual cells, restoration, proliferation, Chondroprotective, differentiation


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