Cryopreserved Dental Pulp Tissues of Exfoliated Deciduous Teeth Is a Feasible Stem Cell Resource for Regenerative Medicine

Lan Ma, Yusuke Makino, Haruyoshi Yamaza, Kentaro Akiyama, Yoshihiro Hoshino, Guangtai Song, Toshio Kukita, Kazuaki Nonaka, Songtao Shi, Takayoshi Yamaza

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Human exfoliated deciduous teeth have been considered to be a promising source for regenerative therapy because they contain unique postnatal stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth (SHED) with self-renewal capacity, multipotency and immunomodulatory function. However preservation technique of deciduous teeth has not been developed. This study aimed to evaluate that cryopreserved dental pulp tissues of human exfoliated deciduous teeth is a retrievable and practical SHED source for cell-based therapy. SHED isolated from the cryopreserved deciduous pulp tissues for over 2 years (25-30 months) (SHED-Cryo) owned similar stem cell properties including clonogenicity, self-renew, stem cell marker expression, multipotency, in vivo tissue regenerative capacity and in vitro immunomodulatory function to SHED isolated from the fresh tissues (SHED-Fresh). To examine the therapeutic efficacy of SHED-Cryo on immune diseases, SHED-Cryo were intravenously transplanted into systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) model MRL/lpr mice. Systemic SHED-Cryo-transplantation improved SLE-like disorders including short lifespan, elevated autoantibody levels and nephritis-like renal dysfunction. SHED-Cryo amended increased interleukin 17-secreting helper T cells in MRL/lpr mice systemically and locally. SHED-Cryo-transplantation was also able to recover osteoporosis bone reduction in long bones of MRL/lpr mice. Furthermore, SHED-Cryo-mediated tissue engineering induced bone regeneration in critical calvarial bone-defect sites of immunocompromised mice. The therapeutic efficacy of SHED-Cryo transplantation on immune and skeletal disorders was similar to that of SHED-Fresh. These data suggest that cryopreservation of dental pulp tissues of deciduous teeth provide a suitable and desirable approach for stem cell-based immune therapy and tissue engineering in regenerative medicine.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere51777
JournalPLoS One
Volume7
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 14 2012

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Dental Pulp
Regenerative Medicine
Deciduous Tooth
Stem cells
Pulp
Inbred MRL lpr Mouse
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medicine
teeth
Stem Cells
Tissue
Bone
therapeutics
bones
lupus erythematosus
tissue engineering
Transplantation
Immune System Diseases
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Cryopreserved Dental Pulp Tissues of Exfoliated Deciduous Teeth Is a Feasible Stem Cell Resource for Regenerative Medicine. / Ma, Lan; Makino, Yusuke; Yamaza, Haruyoshi; Akiyama, Kentaro; Hoshino, Yoshihiro; Song, Guangtai; Kukita, Toshio; Nonaka, Kazuaki; Shi, Songtao; Yamaza, Takayoshi.

In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, No. 12, e51777, 14.12.2012.

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Ma, Lan ; Makino, Yusuke ; Yamaza, Haruyoshi ; Akiyama, Kentaro ; Hoshino, Yoshihiro ; Song, Guangtai ; Kukita, Toshio ; Nonaka, Kazuaki ; Shi, Songtao ; Yamaza, Takayoshi. / Cryopreserved Dental Pulp Tissues of Exfoliated Deciduous Teeth Is a Feasible Stem Cell Resource for Regenerative Medicine. In: PLoS One. 2012 ; Vol. 7, No. 12.
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