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Male Infertility Clinic 5178
Endocrinology and Female Infertility Clinic 5370
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  • Cell Therapy Center  ( 7 items )
    Branch of biological science that was first introduced by Trembly, which caused many ofthe cognitions in the development and revolution in medical treatment, suggested to cure the cause of disease rather than treating their symptoms. Regenerative Medicine is a collection of applied data from biology, such as growth factors, cell therapy, tissue engineering and organ transplantation with the aim of reducing tissue destructionrelated mortality. Currently in spite of advances in identification of growth factors involved in the normal regeneration of the body or improvement in tissue engineering and organ transplantation, cell therapy with the simple idea of replacing the missing parts by using stem cells is still the best choice. As a result most of the research activities conducted at the Department of Regenerative Medicine focused on translational and clinical studies using cell therapy.Clinical use of cell therapy requires provision of specific infrastructure constructions. One of them is providing GMP condition for cell production. In these units, as well as isolation and culturing cells in completely sterile conditions, plenty of efforts are made to produce cells with highest quality for cell therapy. Therefore, quality control laboratories in addition to clean rooms are important parts of this unit. Translating the results obtained from studies in animal models is another feature of this group. In this regard, model of acute renal failure with use of cyclosporine and kidney transplantation in monkeys was set in 2012. Besides the above-mentioned potential, the active research groups in the department include:
    • Skin disorders
    • Cardiovascular disorders
    • Bone and Joint disorders
    • Neuromuscular disorders
    • Kidney disorders

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