About Stem Cell Journal

International Journal of Stem Cell Research and Transplantation (IJST) ISSN:2328-3548 is a free access exclusive Online Stem cell Journal covering areas of Stem cell research, translational work and Clinical studies in the speciality of Stem Cells and Transplantation including allied specialties relevant to the core subject.

IJST issues are published regularly and articles pertaining to Stem cells and Transplantation as well as related fields of research are considered for publication. The major task of IJST is to report rapidly original articles and comprehensive reviews on laboratory investigations and research of Stem cells and their application in Clinical care and treatment of patients and the transplantation process

IJST publishes original research, latest developments, review papers, scientific data, editorials from leading scientists and scholars around the world including but, not limited to the following fields:

  • Stem Cell
  • Cell Bank
  • Human Genome
  • Meristem
  • Partial Cloning
  • Plant Stem Cell
  • Stem Cell Controversy
  • Stem Cell Marker
  • Stem Cell Network
  • Toxicity Screening
  • Stem Cell Treatments
  • Lineage
  • Induced Pluripotent
  • Transplantation in Animals
  • Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Multipotent Stem Cells
  • Adult Stem Cell
  • Transplantation
  • Types of Transplantation
  • Transplantation Immunology
  • Transplantation in Plants

Vascular Regenerative Surgery: Promised Land for Tissue Engineers?- Review Article

Fortunato T1,2, De Bank P1, Pula G1*

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Alterations of Multipotent Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Induced by Interaction with Allogeneic Lymphocytes In Vitro- Research Articlee

Kapranov NM1, Davydova YO1, Galtseva IV1, Bakshinskayte MV2, Petinati NA1, Drize NJ1*, Kuzmina LA1, Parovichnikova EN1, Savchenko VG1

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Quality of Life of Elderly and Obese Animal Models with Severe Knee Osteoarthritis after a Single Injection of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Research Article

Phermthai T1*, Pokathikorn P1, Thongbopit S1, Chareancholvanich K2, Parnpai R3, Julavijitphong S1, Tungprasertpol K1

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Effect of Population Doublings on Differentiation Capacity of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells: Establishing Standard Guidelines for Clinical Translational Applications Research Article

Plastini MA, Kappy N, Chang S, Harris WM, Ortiz T, Zhang P, Carpenter JP, Brown SA*

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Side Population Cells in Human Adenomyotic Lesions Display Characteristics of Endometrial Stem Cells - Research Article

Crew KD*, Tong X, Parijatham ST, Zhu S, Xiao L, Huang W*, Zhou M1, Zhang X, Yang S, Xu W, Sun H

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Cancer Stem- Like Cells in Melanoma Progression, Resistance and Recurrence: Significance for Melanoma Treatment- Review Article

Mohamed Hassan1,2,3*, Abdelouahid El-Khattouti1, Youssef Haikel2,3, Mosaad Megahed4

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Effect of Bone Marrow-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Umbilical Cord Blood-CD34+ cells on Experimental Rat liver Fibrosis - Research Article

Rokaya H. Ahmed 1, Nagwa K. Roshdy 2, Mohammed I. Aref 3, Nermeen M. Hassan 2, Hayam E. Saleh 1, Noura R. Mohammed 1*

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