Stem cell-based cell therapy for neuroprotection in stroke: A review.

Abstract:

:Neurological disorders, such as stroke, are triggered by a loss of neurons and glial cells. Ischemic stroke remains a substantial problem for industrialized countries. Over the previous few decades our understanding about the pathophysiology of stroke has enhanced, nevertheless, more awareness is required to advance the field of stroke recovery. Existing therapies are incapable to adequately relief the disease outcome and are not appropriate to all patients. Meanwhile, the majority of patients continue to show neurological deficits even subsequent effective thrombolysis, recuperative therapies are immediately required that stimulate brain remodeling and repair once stroke damage has happened. Cell therapy is emergent as a hopeful new modality for increasing neurological recovery in ischemic stroke. Numerous types of stem cells from various sources have been identified and their possibility and efficiency for the treatment of stroke have been investigated. Stem cell therapy in patients with stroke using adult stem cells have been first practiced in clinical trials since 15 years ago. Even though stem cells have revealed a hopeful role in ischemic stroke in investigational studies besides early clinical pilot studies, cellular therapy in human is still at a primary stage. In this review, we summarize the types of stem cells, various delivery routes, and clinical application of stem cell-based therapy for stroke treatment.

journal_name

J Cell Biochem

authors

Rikhtegar R,Yousefi M,Dolati S,Kasmaei HD,Charsouei S,Nouri M,Shakouri SK

doi

10.1002/jcb.28207

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-06-01 00:00:00

pages

8849-8862

issue

6

eissn

0730-2312

issn

1097-4644

journal_volume

120

pub_type

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