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Due to the shortage of donors, many patients waiting for transplantation will not ever receive the needed organ at all. For some diseases, cell transplantation could be a possible alternative, but donor cells are usually currently procured from living donors, and thus the supply is also severely limited.There is a real chance to isolate culture and expand viable stem cells for cell therapy from the plentiful source of cadaver donors ,With the increasing use of cadaver donors for multiple organ harvests, it should be asked why bone marrow and may be its stem cells, specially Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs), cannot be routinely salvaged from cadaver donors for regenerative medicine procedures.In this way, and in order to match the new demands of Regenerative Medicine, collections of stem cells including those like MSCs from the post-mortem body, could be easily obtained from this source and preserved and/or expanded for these purposes.The central idea would be, if postmortem tissue could be a suitable source for the separation of stem cells to later be cultured-expanded and used in regenerative medicine interventions for functional replacement of diseased organs and tissues. (Mansilla E, MÃ¡rtire K, Roque G, Tau JM, MarÃn GH, Castuma MV, Orlandi G and Tarditti A,Salvage of Cadaver Stem Cells (CSCs) as a Routine Procedure: History or Future for Regenerative Medicine)
Last date updated on July, 2014