Skin Tissue Engineering: ADSCs can differentiate into dermal fibroblasts and contribute to the synthesis of extracellular matrix components, making them valuable for wound healing, skin regeneration, and the treatment of burns and chronic ulcers.
Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering: ADSCs have demonstrated potential in the repair and regeneration of damaged cardiac tissue following myocardial infarction. They can differentiate into cardiomyocyte-like cells and secrete factors that promote angiogenesis and tissue remodeling.
Neural Tissue Engineering: ADSCs have been investigated for their neurogenic differentiation potential, aiming to restore neural function in neurodegenerative diseases or traumatic injuries. While still in the early stages of research, ADSCs show promise in promoting neural regeneration and functional recovery.