Vasculature of the greater omentum in a human donor, imaged via angiography with barium gelatine (reprinted from “The Greater Omentum”, 1983, Edited by D. Liebermann-Meffert and H. White – with permission from Springer-Nature).

CellR4, the official journal of The Cure Alliance, is a journal with a particular focus on cellular repair, replacement, regeneration, reprogramming and differentiation.

Its scope ranges from fundamental new discoveries in basic science to translational, clinical trials and delivery of novel therapeutic options.

CellR4 aims to be also a platform for discussion of challenges and opportunities on the path to the development of new treatments, independently from the disease target.

CellR4 will also publish commentaries and opinion papers on regulatory, legal, and ethical issues, as well as publish information on global collaborative platforms and funding opportunities.

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The greater omentum as a site for pancreatic islet transplantation

CellR4 2017; 5 (3): e2410

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Treatment of late sequelae of burn scar fibrosis with adipose-derived stromal vascular fraction (SVF) cells

CellR4 2017; 5 (3): e2404

  Topic: Regenerative Medicine, Translational research     Category:

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Cell melodies: when sound speaks to stem cells

CellR4 2017; 5 (2): e2331

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Severe peripheral arterial disease is associated with diabetic foot ulcer, and its treatment with percutaneous transluminal angioplasty leads to improved healing of ulcers

CellR4 2017; 5 (2): e2329

  Topic: Diabetes     Category:

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