The potential role of male bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells of diabetic female ratsAuthor(s): Karim Samy El-Said, Amany Abdel hamid Ezz, Amira Ragab El Barky* & Tarek Mostafa Mohamed
Background: Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic defect that has the ability to produce an irreversible injury, abnormality of function and defect of several organs. Stem cell treatment posses a fantastic hope for the remedy damaged tissues or organs, and it is one of the utmost hopeful remedy for diabetic people. Thus, the current research direct to highlights of the potency function of MSCs of diabetic female rats. Methodology: Male albino bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells have been isolated and confirmed by their adhesion, spindle shape and also by cluster differentiation marker. Streptozotocin-induced diabetic female rats were intravenous injected by 1 x 105 MSCs (cell/rat). Results: MSCs group is capable of lowering blood glucose level, the activities of α-amylase, and S. L-MDA. However, hepatic glycogen contents showed an incredible increase when compared with the STZ-diabetic female nontreated rats. The histopathological and immuno-histochemical photo results confirmed that MSCs group noteworthy diminutive the degenerative alteration in pancreatic β-cells islet. Conclusions: Using bone marrow MSCs in remedy of STZ-diabetic female rats have the ability to recover odd biochemical parameters to normal or near normal level in STZ-induced diabetes model. But, MSCs needs more research and it may be more effective by injection more than one dose.