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Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine

Online ISSN: 2398-6530

(Editor-in-Chief)

Seung-Yup Ku

Seoul National University of South Korea

Antonio Vaz de Macedo

Hospital das Clínicas, UFMG

The Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine is an open access journal with comprehensive peer review policy and a rapid publication process. The journal mainly focuses on the basic research, clinical studies and translational research in the fields of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. All articles related to stem cell biology, regenerative medicine and related areas can be submitted for peer review.

JSCRM will feature original research, review papers, clinical studies, editorials, expert opinion and perspective papers, commentaries, and book reviews.

JSCRM welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e- mail and send it to submissions@oatext.com alternatively to stemcell@oatextjournals.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by JSCRM, is properly cited

Seung-Yup Ku


Seung-Yup Ku, M.D., Ph.D. is currently Professor at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seoul National University Hospital and Seoul National University. He received M.D. and Ph.D. at Seoul National University and worked as Post-doctoral fellow at Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, Cornell University Weill Medical College in New York, USA. He has been an active member at SGI, ASRM, NAMS, ACAM, ISFP, termis, NYAS, and AOCOG, and served as Secretary General at KOSGE, KSRM, KSAR, etc. He has also served as reviewer of scientific abstract at SGI, ASRM and NAMS. He has patents in in vitro multifollicular cluster culture, composition for treating endometrial damage, human embryonic stem cell field, and received awards from KOFST, KSRM, KSO, and many others. He has been interviewed by Korean major newspapers and broadcasters dozens of times He has received numerous research grants in the field of infertility, reproductive medicine and stem cell research. He has published over 150 book chapters and papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals domestically and internationally.

Antonio Vaz de Macedo


Antonio Vaz de Macedo, MD, is currently the Head of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) Unit at Hospital das Clínicas, UFMG, one of the major public hospitals in Brazil. He was previously an assistant professor at the Department of Diagnostic Workup, Faculty of Medicine, UFMG, where he gained his Master´s degree in Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine studying biomarkers in febrile neutropenia. From 2014 to 2015, he practiced both patient assistance and research at the Unité de Greffe et de Maladies du Sang du CHRU de Lille, France, and has ever since been increasingly involved in research, with an expanding network of collaborators in the fields of hematology, HSCT, and infection. He is also an editorial board member and reviewer of several medical journals. In 2017, he received a Clinical Research Scholar Award in recognition of his “outstanding performance and participation in Principles and Practice of Clinical Research 2017”, a long-distance training program of T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health.

Seung-Yup Ku


Seung-Yup Ku, M.D., Ph.D. is currently Professor at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seoul National University Hospital and Seoul National University. He received M.D. and Ph.D. at Seoul National University and worked as Post-doctoral fellow at Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, Cornell University Weill Medical College in New York, USA. He has been an active member at SGI, ASRM, NAMS, ACAM, ISFP, termis, NYAS, and AOCOG, and served as Secretary General at KOSGE, KSRM, KSAR, etc. He has also served as reviewer of scientific abstract at SGI, ASRM and NAMS. He has patents in in vitro multifollicular cluster culture, composition for treating endometrial damage, human embryonic stem cell field, and received awards from KOFST, KSRM, KSO, and many others. He has been interviewed by Korean major newspapers and broadcasters dozens of times He has received numerous research grants in the field of infertility, reproductive medicine and stem cell research. He has published over 150 book chapters and papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals domestically and internationally.

Antonio Vaz de Macedo


Antonio Vaz de Macedo, MD, is currently the Head of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) Unit at Hospital das Clínicas, UFMG, one of the major public hospitals in Brazil. He was previously an assistant professor at the Department of Diagnostic Workup, Faculty of Medicine, UFMG, where he gained his Master´s degree in Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine studying biomarkers in febrile neutropenia. From 2014 to 2015, he practiced both patient assistance and research at the Unité de Greffe et de Maladies du Sang du CHRU de Lille, France, and has ever since been increasingly involved in research, with an expanding network of collaborators in the fields of hematology, HSCT, and infection. He is also an editorial board member and reviewer of several medical journals. In 2017, he received a Clinical Research Scholar Award in recognition of his “outstanding performance and participation in Principles and Practice of Clinical Research 2017”, a long-distance training program of T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health.

Editorial Board


Ian McNiece

Professor of Medicine
Director, Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Clinical Laboratories
MD Anderson Cancer Center
USA

Kursad TURKSEN

Professor
Department of Medicine
University of Ottawa
Canada

Thomas Graf

ICREA Research Professor and Group Leader
Centre for Genomic Regulation
Spain


Zaza (Zaal) Kokaia

Professor of Experimental Medical Research
Director of Lund Stem Cell Center
Lund University
Sweden

Himansu Sekhar Nanda

Research Fellow
School of Materials Science and Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
Singapore

Cynthia Xiaohua Jiang M.B. Ph.D.

Epithelial Cell Biology Research Center
School of Biomedical Sciences
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong


Frank J.T. Staal

Professor of Molecular Stem Cell Biology
Department of Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion
Leiden University Medical Center
The Netherlands

AdlenFoudi

Principal Investigator
ATIP/Avenir of CNRS/INSERM
Paul Brousse Hospital
France

Jacob (Yaqub) Hanna

Senior Scientist
Department of Molecular Genetics
Faculty of Biochemistry
Weizmann Institute of Science
Israel


Dragos Cretoiu

Cellular, Molecular Biology & Histology
Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy
Romania

Murugan Ramalingam

Centre for Stem Cell Research
Christian Medical College and Hospital Campus
India

Antonio Vaz de Macedo, MD

Head of the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit
Hospital das Clínicas - Federal University of Minas Gerais
Brazil


Robert W. Alexander

Associate Clinical Professor
The University of Washington
School of Medicine & Dentistry
USA

Laila Montaser

Professor of Clinical Pathology and Hematology Head, Founder of Clinical Pathology Department Faculty of Medicine Menoufia University
Egypt

Kai Wang

Department of Biomedical Engineering
University of North Texas
USA


Yang Mei

Feinberg School of Medicine
Northwestern University
Chicago, IL
USA

Review Board


Malak Yahia Qattan

Department of Medical Sciences
King Saud University
Saudi Arabia

Teresa Trotta

Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine
University of Foggia
Foggia, Italy

Sahar M. M. Omar

Department of Histology
Faculty of Medicine
Ain Shams University
Egypt


Anna Calarco

Institute of Bioscience and BioResources CNR Naples Italy

Andreia M. Silva, MSc

Microenvironments for NewTherapies
Institute for Research and Innovation in Health
University of Porto
Portugal

Naisana S. Asli

Lecturer Life Sciences
Faculty of Dentistry
University of Sydney
Australia


Min Gong

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Cincinnati Medical Center
USA

Ang-Chen Tsai

Bioprocess R & D, PBS Biotech
Camarillo, CA
USA

Manmmet H. Raval

Postdoctoral Research Associate
University of Southern California
USA


Yiming Zhou

Department of Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Harvard Institutes of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
USA

In Press

Volume 3, Issue 2


Angiogenesis in Bone Tissue Engineering

Michaela Bienert

Commentary-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

October 24, 2018


Current Issue

Volume 3, Issue 1


Neuralized human embryonic or induced pluripotential stem cell-derived motor neurons are genetically different from those isolated from human adult cervical spinal cord

David G. Brohawn Amy C. Ladd Laura C. O’Brien James P. Bennett Jr.

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

November 09, 2017


Effects of fetal stem cells on life quality of patients with ulcerative colitis

Demchuk MP Ivankova OV Klunnyk MO Matiyashchuk IG Sych NS Sinelnyk AA Karayev TV Shulak MM Skalozub MV Sorochynska KI

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

March 20, 2018


Centrifugation of adipose tissue aspirate causes endothelial cell enrichment

Dani Lutfi Lukas Leitner Maximilian Zeyda Thomas Stulnig Christian F. Singer Edvin Turkof

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

March 31, 2018


The known molecules involved in MSC homing and migration

Haniyeh Ghaffari-Nazari

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

June 05, 2018


PTCH1 pathway network model in diffuse-type gastric cancer and epithelial mesenchymal transition

Shihori Tanabe Kazuhiko Aoyagi Hiroshi Yokozaki Hiroki Sasaki

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

August 28, 2018


Archive


Volume 3
BBB

Neuralized human embryonic or induced pluripotential stem cell-derived motor neurons are genetically different from those isolated from human adult cervical spinal cord

David G. Brohawn Amy C. Ladd Laura C. O’Brien James P. Bennett Jr.

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

November 09, 2017


Effects of fetal stem cells on life quality of patients with ulcerative colitis

Demchuk MP Ivankova OV Klunnyk MO Matiyashchuk IG Sych NS Sinelnyk AA Karayev TV Shulak MM Skalozub MV Sorochynska KI

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

March 20, 2018


Centrifugation of adipose tissue aspirate causes endothelial cell enrichment

Dani Lutfi Lukas Leitner Maximilian Zeyda Thomas Stulnig Christian F. Singer Edvin Turkof

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

March 31, 2018


The known molecules involved in MSC homing and migration

Haniyeh Ghaffari-Nazari

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

June 05, 2018


PTCH1 pathway network model in diffuse-type gastric cancer and epithelial mesenchymal transition

Shihori Tanabe Kazuhiko Aoyagi Hiroshi Yokozaki Hiroki Sasaki

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

August 28, 2018


Volume 2

Standardizing transdifferentiation of rabbit bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells to corneal lineage by simulating corneo-limbal cues

Saumi Mathews Tilak Prasad Balu Venugopal Anwar Azad Palakkan Anil Kumar PR Kumary TV

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

May 08, 2017


Why are patients scared away from private stem cell treatment clinics?

James L Sherley

Commentary-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

May 08, 2017


In vitro evidence for differentiation resistance by distributed stem cells during deterministic asymmetric self-renewal

Gracy G. Crane Rouzbeh R. Taghizadeh James L. Sherley

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

May 12, 2017


Pathogenetically based integrative therapeutic strategies in management of autism spectrum disorders

Dmitry Klokol Mike K.S. Chan Michelle B.F. Wong Dina Tullina Vladimir Chernykh Yee Kok Wah Jere Rivera-Dugenio

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

July 03, 2017


Chondrogenic potential of hASCs expanded in flask or in a hollow-fiber bioreactor

Cristina Pirrone Alessandra Gobbetti Christian Caprara Giovanni Bernardini Rosalba Gornati Gianni Soldati

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

August 07, 2017


Treatment of Parkinson’s disease using human stem cells

Charlotte Palmer Raquel Coronel and Isabel Liste

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

November 02, 2016


Microenvironment and its role in acquire drug resistance of leukemia treatment

Malak Y Qattan

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

November 28, 2016


Development, cell line differentiation and virulence in the primitive stem-/progenitor cell lineage of Entamoeba

Vladimir F. Niculescu

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

February 09, 2017


LGRs receptors as peculiar GPCRs involved in cancer

Marie-Isabelle Garcia

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

April 10, 2017


Three-dimensional spheroid model using cancer and stromal cells for in vitro drug screening assays

Patrice Penfornis Joseph D. Fernandes Anu Abraham Bhuvaneswari Gurumurthy Amol V. Janorkar David Pasco Radhika R. Pochampally

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

April 28, 2017


Cancer stem cells, their origin and niche: A search for the therapeutic target

Aparajita Das Abhishek Dutta Swastika Paul Apratim Dutta Apoorva Bhattacharya Shruti Banerjee Dipanwita Dutta Chowdhury Udit Basak Poulami Khan Devdutt Mazumdar Tanya Das

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

April 29, 2017


Volume 1

Human iPS cell derived neural cell sheets exhibit mature neural and extendable scaffold functions and promote recovery in injured mouse spinal cords

Nagisa Arimitsu Jun Shimizu Masahiro Iinuma Tasuku Umehara Naruyoshi Fujiwara Kenji Takai Sueshige Wakisaka Chieko Hirotsu Tomoko Suzuki Moroe Beppu Hisateru Niki Noboru Suzuki

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

July 05, 2016


Mesenchymal stromal cells therapy in radiation oncology regenerative medicine

Osama Muhammad Maria Nicoletta Eliopoulos Thierry Muanza

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

July 07, 2016


Adipose derived stem cell based therapies or male/female pattern hair loss

Ryan A. Lockhart Cloe S. Hakakian Zoe E. Birnbaum Joel A. Aronowitz

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

July 14, 2016


Mesenchymal stem cells for the treatment of various diseases

Baris Baykal

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

August 15, 2016


Adenine nucleotide translocase 2: an emerging player in cancer

Seung Hyun Baik Jongkuen Lee

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

September 21, 2016


Molecular Dissection of Intra-Tumoral Heterogeneity in Human Epithelial Carcinoma

Naisana S Asli

Commentary Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

September 29, 2016


Dysregulated signaling pathways in Human Papilloma Virus positive oropharyngeal cancers

Vijay G. Linga Jessica Moskovitz Debolina Ganguly Michelle Sims Andrew Dudas Lindsey Cobb Chuan He Yang Louisa Balasz Lawrence M. Pfeffer

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

March 25, 2016


Tendon-derived progenitor cells: In vitro characterization and clinical applications for tendon repair

Sushmitha S. Durgam Matthew C. Stewart

Review Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

May 16, 2016


Spontaneous differentiation of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) embryonic stem cells towards germ cell lineage

Syed Mohmad Shah Neha Saini Radheysham Manik, Radheysham Manik Prabhat Palta Suresh Kumar Singla Manmohan Singh Chauhan

Research Article-Journal of Stem Cell Research and Medicine (JSCRM)

May 21, 2016


Low-oxygen environments slow down precursor cell development in the pathogen anaerobe protist Entamoeba invadens

Vladimir F. Niculescu

Research Article-Clinical Case Reports and Reviews (CCRR)

May 30, 2016


Effect of nano-formulated antioxidant on development of renal fibrosis induced by cisplatin

Faten Zahran Ahmed Nabil Amro El-Karef Ibrahim M. El-Sherbiny Mohamed Sobh

Research Article-Clinical Case Reports and Reviews (CCRR)

May 31, 2016


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