Behavior of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Obtained From Dental Tissues: A Review of the Literature

 

Authors
Ortiz-Magdaleno DDS, MSc, PhD, Mariné; Romo-Tobías DDS, Ana Isabel; Romo-Ramírez DDS, MSc, Fernando; Escobar DDS, MSc, PhD, Diana María; Flores-Reyes DDS, MSc, PhD, Héctor; Pozos-Guillén DDS, MSc, PhD, Amaury
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Description

The success of tissue engineering in combination with tissue regeneration depends on the behavior and cellular activity in the biological processes developed within a structure that functions as a support, better known as scaffolds, or directly at the site of the injury. The cell-cell and cell-biomaterial interaction are key factors for the induction of a specific cell behavior, together with the bioactive factors that allow the formation of the desired tissue. Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) can be isolated from the umbilical cord and bone marrow; however, the behavior of Dental Pulp Stem Cells (DPSC) has been shown to have a high potential for the formation of bone tissue, and these cells have even been able to induce the process of angiogenesis. Advances in periodontal regeneration, dentin-pulp complex, and craniofacial bone defects through the induction of MSC obtained from tooth structures in in vitro-in vivo studies have permitted the obtaining of clinical evidence of the achievements obtained to date.

Publication Year
2019
Language
Inglés
Topic
Dental pulp stem cells
Tissue engineering
Regenerative medicine
Dental tissues
Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Scaffolds
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Portal de Revistas UCR
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