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Human Tendon Repair Following Injection of Autologous, Unmodified Stem Cells: A Comprehensive Immunohistochemical Evaluation
Current clinical treatment options for symptomatic rotator cuff tear offer only limited potential for true tissue healing and improvement of clinical results. In animal models, injections of adult stem cells isolated from adipose tissue into tendon injuries evidenced histological regeneration of tendon tissue. However, it is unclear whether such beneficial effects could also be observed in a human tendon treated with autologous, adipose derived regenerative cells. Here we demonstrate, for thedoi:10.20944/preprints202009.0532.v1 fatcat:f4ugziebszh6hitjtw5xcx4a2a