A study from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has indicated that stem cells collected directly from human fat are more stable than other cells – with strong potential for acting as an anti-aging treatment, according to a recent article on Zee News.
The study findings – which were published in the journal Stem Cells – demonstrated that adipose-derived stems cells (from human fat) have greater potential than previously thought for making proteins.
“It also shows these cells can be potentially used safely in the future, because they require minimal manipulation and maintenance,” according to lead study author Ivona Percec. “That means these cells could be far more stable and helpful as we continue to study natural aging,” Percec noted
Grace Century President and Director of Research commented “This is our portfolio project Provia’s sweetspot – stem cell from adipose tissue is going to be big”