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Optimal Administration Routes for Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Therapy in Ischemic Flaps

Title
Optimal Administration Routes for Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Therapy in Ischemic Flaps
Other Titles
허혈성 피판에서 지방줄기세포를 이용한 치료의 최적 투여 경로
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
Graduate School, Yonsei University
Description
Dept. of Medicine/석사
Abstract
Improvement of flap survival represents an ongoing challenge in reconstructive surgery. The angiogenic potential of adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs) offers a promising approach to improve viability of random pattern flaps. Recently, to maximize the therapeutic effects of ASCs, increasing focus is being placed on how to deliver the stem cells to target lesions. The purpose of the present study was to compare the effectiveness of different administration routes of ASCs to improve the viability of the random pattern skin flap. ASCs labeled with PKH26 were applied via four methods to the cranially-based random pattern skin flaps of rats: 1) intravenous injection; 2) subcutaneous injection; 3) application with collagen sponge seeding; and 4) application with fibrin glue seeding. ASCs led to a significant increase in flap viability in the subcutaneous injection group and the collagen sponge group. Cutaneous blood flow was increased in the intravenous injection, subcutaneous injection, and collagen sponge groups. Capillary density in the intravenous injection group and collagen sponge group was significantly greater than in the control group (no treatment). PKH26-positive cells via the collagen sponge were distributed more densely within the flap than in other groups. This study demonstrated that the collagen sponge method delivered ASCs most effectively within the flap and increased flap vascularity. The clinical therapeutic effects of ASCs can therefore be maximized when the optimal delivery route is chosen.
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http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/134152
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2. 학위논문 > 1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > 석사
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