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Fig. 1 | Journal of Neuroinflammation

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From: The spleen may be an important target of stem cell therapy for stroke

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Two cell therapeutic strategies for stroke. Replacement of necrotic cells and immunomodulation. Therapeutic stem cells have traditionally been known to differentiate into cells that make up nerve tissue to replace necrotic cells, thereby promoting nerve regeneration and angiogenesis. Recent studies have shown that the immune regulatory capacity of stem cells provides a favourable environment for nerve and vascular regeneration

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