Methods, systems, and compositions for neuronal differentiation of multipotent stromal cells

Chaya Brodie (Inventor), Shimon Slavin (Inventor)

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Abstract

Some embodiments of the invention comprise methods, systems, and compositions to selectively induce, whether in vitro or in vivo, the neuronal differentiation of multipotent stromal cells through the application of microRNAs, including but not limited to miRNA-124, miRNA-137 and/or miRNA-9* expression products of those miRNAs, and molecules and compositions containing functional elements of those miRNAs. Some embodiments of the invention also comprise the therapeutic administration and use of such induced cells to treat mammalian injuries and diseases, including but not limited to, nervous system injuries or diseases that may otherwise result in decreased cell or system function.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberUS20200063135A1
StatePublished - 27 Feb 2020

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