Comparison between mesenchymal stem cells, stem cell conditioned media, and mesenchymal stem cell derived microsvesicles in regeneration in murine model of acute renal injury

      Background: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a syndrome of rapidly declining renal function with a mortality rate ranging from 30 to 80%. Despite the introduction of recent dialysis techniques as well as the efforts to develop new pharmacological therapies no improvement on overall mortality was seen.
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