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Title: Human amniotic stem cells transcriptome is affected after xenotransplantation in a sheep achilles tendon defect model.      
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dateReleased:
07-14-2014
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E-GEOD-53594
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Amniotic derived cells are ideal seed cells for regenerative medicine protocols since they conjugate a remarkable plasticity to safety properties. This study investigated the role exerted by human amniotic cells during the process of tendon healing. In particular, in the present research it has been evaluated, by microarray technique, the presence of transcriptome variations in human amniotic epithelial (hAECs) and mesenchymal (hAMCs) stem cells when xenotransplanted into the preclinical ovine model of tendon defect, compared to freshly isolated ones. This analysis allowed to understand in which way, after 28 days transplantation, hAECs and hAMCs transcripts have been affected. Total of 4 experiments.Two-condition experiment, Human amniotic stem cells xenotransplantated in a sheep achilles tendon vs.HAEC/HAMC Biological replicates: 2 Xenotrasplatations. One replicate per array.
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accessURL: https://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress/experiments/E-GEOD-53594
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