Mono Nuclear Cells

mono nuclear cells


Mononuclear cells are a line actively involved in the defense mechanisms of the individual. The activated mononuclear cells display an enhancement in their capacity to curb bacterial growth. Thus, they play a central role in health and contribute to steady-state tissue homeostasis and repair. The mononuclear cells are widely used in research and clinical applications because of their multipotency and their ability to secrete many kinds of growth factors to regenerate tissues.

They have been proved to be effective in inflammation, post infarct heart recovery, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, and oral and maxillofacial surgery.

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