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MSC function could enhance the treatment of both veterinary and human clinical patients and warrant continued research. A more in-depth discussion of the current use of MSCs for the treatment of veterinary tendon injuries is addressed in the companion

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

considered to be prime mediators of MSC function. EVs are nanoscale, membrane-bound vesicles released by MSCs (and many other cell types), which contain a variety of bioactive cargo that function in cell signaling. 11 EVs are broadly characterized as either

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

very well may be because lesions are confined and surrounded by normal tendon and with a relatively simple architecture compared to tendon insertion sites. Therefore, strategies to improve MSC function such as MSC licensing may increase their

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association