Exercise and Stem Cells - Part IV, Regenerative Medicine Approaches to Sarcopenia and Muscle Loss
The microenvironment is crucial to successful satellite cell activation as well as repair and regeneration of muscle. Skeletal muscle has an
Exercise and Stem Cells - Part III, Muscle Stem Cells and Mesenchymal-Derived Cells
Exercise training benefits the elderly and the young as well as men and women consistently with regard to stem cells / progenitor cells. Lon
Exercise and Stem Cells - Part II, Haematopoietic Stem, Endothelial Progenitor, and Mesenchymal Stem
This is an important area for future research in order to optimize cell-based therapies for disease. The transient mobilization increase in
Exercise and Stem Cells - Part I, Introduction and Haematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells
Data suggest that the ideal training stimulus for increasing stem cell quantity involves moderate to high training intensity and frequency u
Bicycle Racing and Stem Cells
Why the velodrome? First, to place this blog in some sort of "stem cell" world, I do believe that exercise and racing are helpful
Obesity and Stem Cells - Part VI, Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, and Immune Properties of Human Adipose-D
INTRODUCTION As we have seen in previous blog posts in this mini-series of obesity and stem cells, there is a chronic low-grade systemic...
Obesity and Stem Cells - Part V, Cancer
Image: Wikipedia INTRODUCTION Over the past several blog posts, we have seen the significant negative effects of obesity. There are also...
Obesity and Stem Cells - Part IV, Bone
Image Source: Mayo Clinic INTRODUCTION An hypothesis was offered roughly a decade ago that osteoporosis might be considered the obesity...
Obesity and Stem Cells - Part III, Haematopoiesis and the Bone Marrow Niche
INTRODUCTION In this series on the impact of obesity upon stem cells, we have reviewed a bit of data on stem cells (and/or progenitor...
Obesity and Stem Cells - Part II, Bone Marrow
INTRODUCTION As we saw in Obesity and Stem Cells, Part I, the impact of obesity could be variable depending upon the source of the stem...