Does the Global Outbreak of COVID-19 or Other Viral Diseases Threaten the Stem Cell Reservoir Inside the Body?

Abstract:

:The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly influenced public health and contributed to global economic divergences of unprecedented dimensions. Due to the high prevalence and mortality rates, it is then expected that the consequence and public health challenges will last for long periods. The rapid global spread of COVID-19 and lack of enough data regarding the virus pathogenicity multiplies the complexity and forced governments to react quickly against this pandemic. Stem cells represent a small fraction of cells located in different tissues. These cells play a critical role in the regeneration and restoration of injured sites. Because of their specific niche and a limited number of stem cells, the key question is whether there are different anti-viral mechanisms against viral infection notably COVID-19. Here, we aimed to highlight the intrinsic antiviral resistance in different stem cells against viral infection. These data could help us to understand the possible viral infections in different stem cells and the activation of specific molecular mechanisms upon viral entrance.

journal_name

Stem Cell Rev Rep

authors

Bagheri HS,Karimipour M,Heidarzadeh M,Rajabi H,Sokullu E,Rahbarghazi R

doi

10.1007/s12015-020-10108-4

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Has Abstract

pub_date

2021-01-05 00:00:00

eissn

2629-3269

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2629-3277

pii

10.1007/s12015-020-10108-4

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