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Background: Dental pulp stem cells (DPSCs) have been reported to have a pro-angiogenic effect indicative of the inherent property. Angiogenesis is a phenomenon crucial for wound healing, tissue regeneration, and vascularization of engineered scaffolds. Therefore, it is crucial to explore the angiogenic potential and the contributing factors in orde...
Halophiles are extremophilic salt-loving microorganisms that can survive in an extremely high level of salinity (10-30% NaCl). They belong to all three groups (i.e., bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes). Halophiles tolerate high salt concentration due to unique cellular adaptations like salt-in strategy, compatible solute strategy, and enzyme adaptat...
Breast cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer among women globally. Angiogenesis contributes significantly to breast cancer progression and dissemination. Neovascularization is concurrent with the progression and growth of breast cancer. Breast cancer cells control angiogenesis by secreting pro‐angiogenic factors like fibroblast growth factor,...
Objective: Stem cells have been identified from various adult sources, including bone marrow, adipose tissue, and placenta, to name a few. Recently, the fallopian tube has also been identified as a novel source of therapeutics. However, the ability of stem cells from the fallopian tube mucosa to retain prolonged efficacy of proliferation and diffe...
Outer space, Planets and satellites excluding earth has an environment that is characterized by harsh inhabitable zones. The steep fluctuations in temperature, atmosphere, oxygen, radiations, salinity, perchlorate, epsomite, gravity and numerous other factors are responsible for hostile and intolerable conditions for growth of life. For addressing...