A lecturer at the College of Veterinary Medicine publishes a scientific research titled Applications of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Treatments of Domestic Animals

A lecturer at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine / Department of Microbiology, Ismael Raheem Jabbar, published a scientific research entitled “Applications of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Treatments of Domestic Animals” in the Kufa Journal of Veterinary Sciences in collaboration with researchers from Russia from Belgorod State University The research addressed the importance of mesenchymal stem cells and their use in treating diseases that affect humans and animals due to their ability to differentiate into different types of cells and their ability to secrete a wide range of biologically active molecules that work to repair and renew tissues, as stem cells are widely used in veterinary medicine in treating bone diseases, respiratory and digestive system diseases and immune diseases …
The effect of stem cells and their use as a treatment is due to their anti-inflammatory properties and their ability to enhance the efficiency of the immune system. Veterinary treatments are essential for improving animal health, and thus human health. Therefore, mesenchymal stem cells were studied for their effective role in treating various digestive system diseases in cattle, including enteritis and colitis. Stem cells can also be used to replace damaged tissues. Stem cells can also secrete factors that enhance tissue regeneration, which can enhance their therapeutic potential. Stem cells provide various alternatives for the possibility of developing clinical applications of stem cells in veterinary medicine.

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