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About International Journal of Regenerative Medicine (ISSN 2613-5914)

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Editor-in-chief

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Editorial board

Miguel Garber

Department regenerative medicine

Clinica Medica Quirurgica Quantum

Spain

Mohammadsharif Tabebordbar

Associate Scientist

Group Leader of Editas Medicine

Harvard Medical School

USA

Xiaoming Zhou

Department of Medicine

Uniformed Services University

USA

Antonio Pierini

Divison of Blood and Marrow Transplantation

Stanford University

USA

Alluru S Reddi

Professor

Department of Medicine

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

USA

Deng W

Associate Professor

Department of Regenerative Medicine

University of California

USA

Sharon DeMorrow

Department of Internal Medicine

Texas A&M Health Science Center 

USA

Christophe Egles

Department of Cancer Biology and Tissue Engineering

Tufts University

USA

Hans Peter Hauber

Head

Division of Pathophysiology and Inflammation

Research Center Borstel

Germany

Isha Verma

Department of Molecular Reproduction, Development and Genetics (MRDG)

Indian Institute of Science

India

Wei-Chiao Chang

Department of Medical Genetics

Kaohsiung Medical University

Taiwan

Praveen Suraneni

Department of Cell Biology

Stowers Institute for Medical Research

USA

Said Hashemolhosseini

Professor

Institute of Biochemistry

University of Erlangen-Nurenberg 

Germany

Suk Ho Bhang

School of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Seoul National University

Republic of Korea

Dah-Yuu Lu

Associate Professor

Graduate Institute of Neural and Cognitive Sciences

China Medical University

Taiwan

Chung-Yi Chen

Dean and Professor

School of Medical and Health Sciences

Fooyin University

China

Yusuf TUTAR

Faculty of Pharmacy

Department of Basic Sciences

Biochemistry Division

Turkey

Alok Srivastava

Professor of Medicine Department of Haematology Head

Centre for Stem Cell Research

Christian Medical College

India

Chiara Corrado

Assistant Professor of Biology and Genetic

University of Palermo

Italy

Alexander Birbrair

Professor

Department of Pathology

Federal University of Minas Gerais

Brazil

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Safety and efficacy of bone marrow mononuclear cell transplantation in the treatment of decompensated liver cirrhosis


Advances in direct reprogramming and its future clinical application using a protein-based cell engineering system


Realistic Murine Model for Streptozotocin-induced Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy


Overexpression of BMP-2 in mesenchymal stem cells with amplifying virus-like particles


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