In the article the problem of treatment of lung pathology by cellular technologies is analyzed. Results of experiments, giving hopes for positive outcomes of clinical trials are summarized. Possible mechanisms of influence stem cells on regenerative processes in lungs are considered.

A V Averyanov

Email: averyanovav@mail.ru

A G Konoplyannikov

Email: konopl@obninsk.ru

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