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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

facilitate tissue regeneration. 4–6 Although the effect of MSCs on the recipient environment is fairly well documented, less is known about how the environment might influence MSC function. Allogeneic MSCs have the potential to provide a more reliable

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

, monitoring the fate of transplanted MSCs is crucial to the exploration of MSC function in vivo. In horses, 2 studies 15,16 investigated the use of labeled MSCs to monitor their fate after injection in the distal aspect of the forelimb. Guest et al 16 used

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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