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March 12, 2014
05:40 EDTPSTIPreclinical results for PLX-PAD cells in tendon injury presented at AAOS meeting
Pluristem Therapeutics announced that Dr. Scott Rodeo of New York's Hospital for Special Surgery presented his research findings in a scientific poster titled, "Use of Human Placental-Derived Adherent Stromal Cells Improves Tendon Healing in a Preclinical Model of Tendon Injury," at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons', or AAOS, Annual Meeting. At the AAOS meeting, Dr. Rodeo's poster presentation concluded that: placental-expanded cell therapy appeared to have an early beneficial effect on tendon healing following collagenase injury in this preclinical model; since these cells are immunoprivileged and are expanded ex vivo, its potential for "off-the-shelf" use is attractive relative to existing cell-based therapies; and additional preclinical studies are necessary to understand how these cells may affect tendon repair.
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