Selected CCT Publications

Cell Therapy

Liu et al. (2014).  Human placenta-derived adherent cells induce tolerogenic immune responses.  Clinical & Translational Immunology (2014) 3, e14.

Shehadah et al. (2014). Human Placenta-Derived Adherent Cell Treatment of Experimental Stroke Promotes Functional Recovery after Stroke in Young Adult and Older Rats. PLoS ONE 9: e86621.

Mayer et al. (2013). Safety and tolerability of human placenta-derived cells (PDA001) in treatment-resistant Crohn’s disease: a phase 1 study. Inflamm Bowel Dis. 19:754-60.

Chen et al. (2013). Neuroprotective effect of human placenta-derived cell treatment of stroke in rats. Cell Transplant. 22:871-9. 

He et al. (2013). Placenta-derived adherent cells attenuate hyperalgesia and neuroinflammatory response associated with perineural inflammation in rats. Brain Behav Immun. 27:185-92. 

Kang et al. (2013). Characterization and ex vivo expansion of human placenta-derived Natural Killer cells for cancer immunotherapy. Front Immunol. 4:101. 

Li et al. (2011). Human placenta-derived adherent cells prevent bone loss, stimulate bone formation, and suppress growth of multiple myeloma in bone. Stem Cells 29:263-73.

Organ & Tissue Therapeutics

Bhatia et al. (2008). Placenta Derived Adherent Cell (PDAC) Interaction and Response on Extracellular Matrix Isolated from Human Placenta. Wounds 20:29 – 36. 

Bhatia et al. (2007). The Mechanism of Cell Interaction and Response on Decellularized Human Amniotic Membrane: Implications in Wound Healing. Wounds 19:207 – 21. 

Other

Housler et al. (2012). Compartmental hollow fiber capillary membrane-based bioreactor technology for in vitro studies on red blood cell lineage direction of hematopoietic stem cells. Tissue Eng Part C Methods. 18:133-42. 

Musiychuk et al. (2013). Plant-Produced Human Recombinant Erythropoietic Growth Factors Support Erythroid Differentiation In Vitro. Stem Cells Dev. 2013 May 14;22(16). 

Jin et al. (2012). Erythrocyte enrichment in hematopoietic progenitor cell cultures based on magnetic susceptibility of the hemoglobin PLoS ONE 7:e39491.