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Stem Cell Related Patent Number US6227202

Title:Method of organogenesis and tissue regeneration/repair using surgical techniques
Inventors:Matapurkar, Balkrishna Ganpatrao; New Dehli, India
Summary:Described herein are methods of in vivo and in situ organogenesis via a process of surgically transferring autogenous peritoneum-containing stem cells to the site of injury. The invention relates to an in vivo method of organogenesis of various mammalian tissues and organs, such that an autogenous peritoneal segment containing stem cells is surgically transferred to the site in need of regeneration, after having been selected from a corresponding contiguous embryonal region of the body that is removed from the site where the organ or tissue is to be regenerated. Claims of the invention include a resulting new tissue environment for regeneration of the desired tissue or organ.
Abstract:An in vivomethod of organogenesis of various tissues and/or organs in a mammalian body, comprising surgically transferring autogenous peritoneum containing stem cells to a place in the body where the desired tissue or organ is to be regenerated or repaired.
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Title Number:US6227202
Application Number:US1997000921307
Date Filed:29/08/1997
Date Published:08/05/2001
Assignee:Maulana Azad Medical College, New Dehli, India


 
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