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Functional imaging in regenerative medicine

Edited by Timothy O'Brien and Rocky Tuan

An article collection in Stem Cell Research & Therapy.

This series of commissioned reviews relates to the workshop on ‘Functional Imaging for Regenerative Medicine’, held at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in 2012. The series covers topics including advances in micro-computed tomography, and chemical imaging for stem cell engineering.

This series of articles has not been sponsored. All articles have undergone the journal’s standard peer review process. The Editors-in-Chief declare no competing interests.

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  1. Recently, stem cells derived from inflammatory dental pulp tissues (DPSCs-IPs) have demonstrated regenerative potential, but the real effect remains to be examined. This pilot study attempted to isolate DPSCs-...

    Authors: Ye Li, Shanmei Zhao, Xi Nan, Hong Wei, Jianfeng Shi, Ang Li and Jianzhong Gou
    Citation: Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2016 7:141
  2. In vivo imaging is a platform technology with the power to put function in its natural structural context. With the drive to translate stem cell therapies into pre-clinical and clinical trials, early selection...

    Authors: Martin Leahy, Kerry Thompson, Haroon Zafar, Sergey Alexandrov, Mark Foley, Cathal O’Flatharta and Peter Dockery
    Citation: Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2016 7:57
  3. Irreversible end-stage organ failure represents one of the leading causes of death, and organ transplantation is currently the only curative solution. Donor organ shortage and adverse effects of immunosuppress...

    Authors: Andrea Peloso, Abritee Dhal, Joao P Zambon, Peng Li, Giuseppe Orlando, Anthony Atala and Shay Soker
    Citation: Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2015 6:107