Current status and perspectives of cryostorage and clinical application of the umbilical cord blood in Ukraine and in the world

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Cell and Organ Transplantology. 2015; 3(2): 214-219.
DOI: 10.22494/COT.V3I2.24

Current status and perspectives of cryostorage and clinical application of the umbilical cord blood in Ukraine and in the world

Nasadyuk C. M., Makhinya A. V., Zak S. O., Belyanina T. V., Lomonosova A. Y., Lobintseva O. V., Shaversky O. V., Martynenko S. I.
Institute of Cell Therapy, Kyiv, Ukraine

Abstract
The article summarizes current trends in the use of umbilical cord blood components in medical practice and describes the origin, types and tendencies of cord blood banks development in Ukraine and abroad. Presented results of the opinion poll of residents of different regions of Ukraine on the subject “stem cells” / “cell therapy” demonstrate a high awareness and interest of various sociological categories of the population on modern medical technologies using stem cells as well as positive attitude of pregnant women and obstetricians towards cord blood banking. The importance of creating a public cord blood bank in Ukraine is substantiated.

Key-words: umbilical cord blood, stem cells, cord blood banks, the opinion poll

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Nasadyuk CM, Makhinya AV, Zak SO, Belyanina TV, Lomonosova AY, Lobintseva OV, Shaversky OV, Martynenko SI. Current status and perspectives of cryostorage and clinical application of the umbilical cord blood in Ukraine and in the world. Cell and Organ Transplantology. 2015; 3(2):214-219. doi: 10.22494/COT.V3I2.24

 

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