Scholarly journals are generally academic journals that encourage academic and scientific research. These journals generally prefer to publish original works, conducted following a systematic research methodology. The articles published in the scholarly journals are critically evaluated following in-depth analysis of the research data. Scholarly Journal articles strictly adhere to a standard format of writing.Scholarly journals hence subject like medical and clinical articles for a blind peer review or double peer review system and expect the authors to correct and resubmit the research articles as per the expert opinion. Scholarly journals thus expect the authors to sign the declaration, stating that the work is original and unpublished that duly acknowledges the sources referred for information.
In adult mammalian liver, the complementary processes of angiogenesis (vascular growth from preexisting vessels) and vasculogenesis (de novo blood vessel development) regulate vascular development and homeostasis. Liver regenerative medicine for liver disease repair is much related to this regulation and focused majorly on three major areas: 1) Liver cirrhosis, to improve regeneration and reduce scarring by modulating the liverâs own regenerative processes, (2) Immunity-mediated liver damage to down-regulate inflammatory immune response, and (3) to offer hepatic cell differentiation from transplanted stem/progenitor to supplement or replace hepatocyte function. Based on in the search for proof of resident NG2-expressing cells in the adult CNS, outside CNS organs and our preliminary studies demonstrate that the NG2+cells would be a novel progenitor cells in regenerative medicine.In sum, appeared adult NG2+cells on the stage are the population that locates not only in the CNS as traditional thought but also outside CNS multiple organs such as eyes, bone marrow, heart, liver, lung, pancreas and kidney (multi-NG2+cells). More analysis of multi- NG2+cells will provide valuable insights into the cellular and molecular pathways that mediate recovery from multiple organ diseases. Such researches are fundamentally important for setting novel cell-based therapy in regenerative medicine. (Zhang H, Zhang X, Bie P, Miller RH and Bai L,Adult NG2-Expressing Cells in Multiple Organs: A Novel Progenitor in Regenerative Medicine)
Last date updated on July, 2014