Priming of mesenchymal stem cells with a hydrosoluble form of curcumin allows keeping their mesenchymal properties for cell‐based therapy development (Article, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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Priming of mesenchymal stem cells with a hydrosoluble form of curcumin allows keeping their mesenchymal properties for cell‐based therapy development

Author: Margaux Colin Affiliation: Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceuticals Faculty of Pharmacy Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Brussels BelgiumLola Dechêne Affiliation: Department of Clinical Sciences, Anaesthesiology and Equine Surgery Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, B41 University of LiegeSart Tilman Liège BelgiumJustine Ceusters Affiliation: Centre of Oxygen, Research and Development Institute of Chemistry B6a University of Liege (ULiège)Sart Tilman Liège BelgiumAriane Niesten Affiliation: Centre of Oxygen, Research and Development Institute of Chemistry B6a University of Liege (ULiège)Sart Tilman Liège BelgiumCatherine Demazy Affiliation: Unité de Recherche en Biologie Cellulaire (URBC) ‐ Namur Research Institute for Life Sciences (Narilis)University of Namur (UNamur) Namur BelgiumAll authors
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, v25 n10 (202105): 4877-4881
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All Authors / Contributors: Margaux Colin Affiliation: Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceuticals Faculty of Pharmacy Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Brussels Belgium; Lola Dechêne Affiliation: Department of Clinical Sciences, Anaesthesiology and Equine Surgery Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, B41 University of LiegeSart Tilman Liège Belgium; Justine Ceusters Affiliation: Centre of Oxygen, Research and Development Institute of Chemistry B6a University of Liege (ULiège)Sart Tilman Liège Belgium; Ariane Niesten Affiliation: Centre of Oxygen, Research and Development Institute of Chemistry B6a University of Liege (ULiège)Sart Tilman Liège Belgium; Catherine Demazy Affiliation: Unité de Recherche en Biologie Cellulaire (URBC) ‐ Namur Research Institute for Life Sciences (Narilis)University of Namur (UNamur) Namur Belgium; Laurence Lagneaux Affiliation: Laboratory of Clinical Cell Therapy ULB‐Research Cancer Center (U‐CRC)Jules Bordet InstituteUniversité libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Brussels Belgium; Karim Zouaoui Boudjeltia Affiliation: Laboratory of Experimental Medicine Université libre de BruxellesCHU de CharleroiHôpital Vésale Montigny‐le‐Tilleul Belgium; Thierry Franck Affiliation: Centre of Oxygen, Research and Development Institute of Chemistry B6a University of Liege (ULiège)Sart Tilman Liège Belgium; Pierre Van Antwerpen Affiliation: RD3‐ Pharmacognosy, Bioanalysis and Drug Discovery Unit and Analytical Platform Faculty of Pharmacy Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Brussels Belgium; Patricia Renard Affiliation: Unité de Recherche en Biologie Cellulaire (URBC) ‐ Namur Research Institute for Life Sciences (Narilis)University of Namur (UNamur) Namur Belgium; Véronique Mathieu Affiliation: Department of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceuticals Faculty of Pharmacy Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Brussels Belgium; Didier Serteyn Affiliation: Department of Clinical Sciences, Anaesthesiology and Equine Surgery Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, B41 University of LiegeSart Tilman Liège Belgium
ISSN:1582-1838
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8976251730
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