イオン対試薬用ソルナック チューブは2タイプ ★ OOAN(カチオン交換) :トリエチルアミン，ジブチルアミンによるイオン化抑制の改善★ CAOO(アニオン交換) :ドデシル硫酸アンモニウム溶離液のオンラインLC/MS測定 揮発性イオン対試薬によるイオン化抑制の改善 使用可能溶離液※1 :アセトニトリル，メタノール，水使用可能 pH : 2~12測定不可化合物※2 :OOAN ・・・…
Posted: 2021-12-24 20:00:00
Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a life-threatening condition that leads to permanent disability with partial or complete loss of motor, sensory, and autonomic functions. SCI is usually caused by initial mechanical insult, followed by a cascade of several neuroinflammation and structural changes. For ameliorating the neuroinflammatory cascades, MSC has been regarded as a therapeutic agent. The animal SCI research has demonstrated that MSC can be a valuable therapeutic agent with several growth factors and cytokines that may induce anti-inflammatory and regenerative effects. However, the therapeutic efficacy of MSCs in animal SCI models is inconsistent, and the optimal method of MSCs remains debatable. Moreover, there are several limitations to developing these therapeutic agents for humans. Therefore, identifying novel agents for regenerative medicine is necessary. Extracellular vesicles are a novel source for regenerative medicine; they possess nucleic acids, functional proteins, and bioactive lipids and perform various functions, including damaged tissue repair, immune response regulation, and reduction of inflammation. MSC-derived exosomes have advantages over MSCs, including small dimensions, low immunogenicity, and no need for additional procedures for culture expansion or delivery. Certain studies have demonstrated that MSC-derived extracellular vesicles (EVs), including exosomes, exhibit outstanding chondroprotective and anti-inflammatory effects. Therefore, we reviewed the principles and patho-mechanisms and summarized the research outcomes of MSCs and MSC-derived EVs for SCI, reported to date. Keywords: exosome; extracellular vesicle; mesenchymal stem cell; spinal cord injury.
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