Current Status on Canine Foetal Fluid and Adnexa Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

The aim of the present review is to offer an update on the state of the art on canine MSCs derived from foetal adnexa and fluid, focusing on the findings in their clinical setting

Eleonora Iacono; Romina Marcoccia; Barbara Merlo

2021

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  • The aim of the present review is to offer an update on the state of the art on canine MSCs derived from foetal adnexa and fluid, focusing on the findings in their clinical setting
  • The aim of the present review is to offer an update on the state of the art on canine MSCs derived from foetal adnexa and fluid focusing on the findings in their clinical setting
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