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Mitochondria Transplantation Therapy – It's Farther Along Than You Think

Source: RoosterBio

By Jonathan Carson

Did you know that mitochondrial transplantation therapies have already been tried in humans and that there’s a firm rationale for this biomedical technology based on two decades of basic research in cells and in vivo?

Mitochondrial transplantation, sometimes called “mitochondrial augmentation”, is frequently found together with the word “therapy”, indicating closely aligned ideation between this tech and clinical translation. Additionally, mitochondria “donated” from stem cells and/or hMSCs seem to play a physiologic role in tissue maintenance and repair. Take a deeper look at the reality of mitochondrial transplantation, the human trials underway, MSC-mitos to power the future’s nano-engineered medicine and more.

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