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  1. Reference
    • 2010/10/27 11:40:43
    [1] Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science (refered to as ¡®the Science¡¯ thereafter), established by Dr. Rongxiang Xu, ¡®is an innovative application system of life science focusing on the regenerating life activity and principle of stem cell induction from somatic cells, on the life activity and principle of the induced stem cells regeneratively restoring tissues or organs in situ, and on the living requirements and essential life nutrients for cell regeneration to realizes the in situ regenerative repair of organs with acquired defect, premature aging, mutation, premature apoptosis or severe organ tissue disorders by utilizing the regenerative potential and regenerative nutrients. 
    Potential regenerative cells (PRCs) are invigorated and cultured with regenerative nutrients to produce new cells in order to replenish the acquired cell defect in organs or tissues and replace cells with premature aging, mutation, premature apoptosis or severe organ tissue disorders in the organ tissues, and eventually to realize the effective medical treatment for diseases, disease prevention, suspension of and restoration in premature aging, discontinuation or prevention of cellular mutation as well as health and longevity.
    By that, the final goal of the improved quality of human lives, the extended young state of the life circle, improved living quality and reformed source energy for human life can be achieved.¡¯    ---Cited from the monograph ¡®Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science¡¯ (to be published in English) by Rongxiang Xu  
    [2] ¡®Why Stem Cells?¡¯ by van der Kooy and Weiss, Science, 25 February 2000: 1439.
    [3] ¡®Induction of Pluripotent Stem Cells from Mouse Embryonic and Adult Fibroblast Cultures by Defined Factors¡¯, Kazutoshi Takahashi, et al. Cell, DOI 10.1016/j.cell.2006.07.024
    [4] ¡®Embryonic Stem cell: inducing pluripotency¡¯, Laura Clarke & Derek van der Kooy¡¯, Nature Medicine 15, 1001-1002 (2009­).
    [5] ¡®2008: year of the rat for stem cell research¡¯, Duanqing Pei, Cell Research (2009) 19:149¨C151.
    [6] ¡®Adult Stem Cells and Their Importance in Cell Therapy¡¯, S. FILIP, J. MOKRY, I. HRUSKA, Folia Biologica (Praha) 49, 9-14 (2003)
    [7] ¡®Exploration of Pathological Changes and Mechanism of Experimentally Burned Rabbits after Treatment with MEBO¡¯, Xu RX, Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 92-96
    [8] ¡®Physiological Healing Procedure and Histological Observation on Deep Second-Degree Burns Treated with MEBO¡¯, Xu RX,. Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 106-111
    [9] ¡®Clinical Procedure and Histological Observation of Full-Thickness Burns Treated with MEBO¡¯, Xu RX, Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 111-114
    [10] ¡®Effect of MEBO on the Expression and Regeneration of Epidermal Regenerative Stem Cells¡¯, Xu RX, Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 114-118
    [11] ¡®Moist Exposed Burn Therapy: Evaluation of the Epithelial Repair Process (an Experimental Model)¡¯, Ioannovich J, Tsati E, Tsoutsos D, et al.; Annal of Burns and Fire Disasters 2000: XIII (J):3-9
    [12] ¡®The Effect of MEBO on Maintaining a Physiological Moist Environment in Treating Burn Wound¡¯, Xie EF, Xu RX, Wang CC, et al. Annal of Burns and Fire Disasters 2002: XV (3): 102- 124
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    [14] ¡®A Comparative Study on the Anti-shock Effect between MEBO and Dry-Exposed Burn Therapy Using a Rabbit Model¡¯, Xu RX., Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 47-50
    [15] ¡®Clinical Study on Invisible Water Loss of Burns Wounds Treated with BRT with MEBT/MEBO¡¯, Xu RX., Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 53-55
    [16] ¡®Standardized Local Treatment of the Burns Wound¡¯, Xu RX., Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 27-33
    [17] ¡®Experimental Study of MEBO on Improving Wound Microcirculation of the Zone of Stasis in the Early Stages after Burns¡¯, Xu RX. Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 55-57
    [18] ¡®Experimental Study of the Effect of BRT with MEBT/MEBO on Hematological Parameters in the Treatment of Burned Rabbits¡¯, Xu RX. Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 60-62
    [19] ¡®Clinical Study of MEBO on Improving Microcirculation of Burn Wounds¡¯, Xu RX, Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy, 1st ed., ISBN 3-8055-7661-7, Basel: Karger; 2004. p. 57-59
    [20] ¡®The Effect of MEBO on Immunologic Function of Guinea Pigs¡¯, Qiu Shicui, et al., The          Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 2002, 14 (4):240-241
    [21] ¡®The Effect of MEBO on Blood Viscosity and Tumor Necrosis Factor-¦Á(TNF-¦Á) Production in Endotoxemia of Rabbit¡¯, Qiu Shicui, et al., The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 2000, 12 (4):9-10
    [22] ¡®A Preliminary Research on The Anti-inflammatory and Detoxifying Effects of MEBO¡¯, Huang Qingshan, et al., The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1998, 10 (1):8-10
    [23] ¡®The Effect of MEBO on the Immunity of Burn Patients¡¯, Huang Qing-shan, et al., The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1997, 9 (1):6-11
    [24] ¡®The Effect of MEBO on the Pain Threshold of Rabbits¡¯ Skin¡¯, Kang Guoying, et al., The          Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1998, 10 (2): 1-2 
    [25] ¡®Experiment on Inhibiting Contraction of Ileum from a White Mouse¡¯, Li Li, The          Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1990, 2 (1): 50-51
    [26] ¡®Pain Control in a Randomized, Controlled, Clinical Trial Comparing Moist Exposed Burn Ointment and Conventional Methods in Patients With Partial-Thickness Burns¡¯, Erik Ang, Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation, 0273-8481/2003, 24(5): p. 289-96
    [27] ¡®Study on the bacterial count of in vivo tissue of wound in burn¡¯, Geng Xiulan, The          Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1989, 1 (1): 49-50
    [28] ¡®Experimental Studies on Promotion of Skin Wounds Healing and Anti-infection Effects¡¯, Xing Dongming, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1989, 1 (1): 51-52
    [29] ¡®Moist Exposed Therapy for Treating Pyocyanic Infection of Wounds¡¯, Zhu Xiaoyuan, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1992, 4 (2): 26-27
    [30] ¡®Experimental Research on the Anti-infective Mechanism of MEBO¡¯, Qu Yun-ying, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1996, 8 (1): 19-23
    [31] ¡®Experimental Research on the Mechanism of the Effect of MEBO¡¯, Qu Yun-ying, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1997, 9 (4): 4-9
    [32] ¡®Experimental Research on the Antibacterial Effect of MEBO¡¯, Cui Xiu-zhen, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1998, 10 (4): 15-17
    [33] ¡®Experimental Research on Anti-infection Effect of MEBO (Continued)¡¯, Qu Yun-ying, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 2000, 12 (3): 44-47
    [34] ¡®A Comparative Analysis of 221 Strains of Bacteria on Infected Burn Wound Surface¡¯, Yang Jinfu, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1997, 9 (1): 14-18
    [35] ¡®A Comparative Study of the Effects of MEBO, Silver Sulfadiazine and Hot Dry Exposed Therapy on Controlling Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Infection of Burn Bounds¡¯, Chen Xiao-wu, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1990, 2 (3): 39-44
    [36] ¡®Observations on the Curative Effect of Treating 121 Cases of Purulent Sore with MEBO¡¯, Li Wenxiang, Communication Medicine 2000, 14 (6): 649
    [37] ¡®An Analysis of 112 Cases of Infected Deep Burn Wounds Treated with MEBO¡¯, Li Shouju, The Chinese Journal of Burns, Wounds and Surface Ulcers 2002, 14 (3): 167-169
    [38] ¡®Evaluating the Role of Alternative Therapy in Burn Wound Management: Randomized Trial Comparing Moist Exposed Burn Ointment With Conventional Methods in the Management of Patients With Second-degree Burns¡¯, Erik Sze-Wee Ang, Medscape/General Medicine 2001, 12 (3): 3-18
    [39] ¡®Study on the Effects of MEBO on the Histochemical Change in Collagen ¢ñ, ¢ó, and ¢ô in Second Degree Burns¡¯, Wang Yang, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds and Surface Ulcers 1999, 11(1): 3-5
    [40] ¡®Observational Studies On Use of Moist Exposed Burn Ointment (MEBO) and Scar Ointment in A Clinic Setting¡¯, Una Loh Wei Yin and Rexon Ngim, Art and Science of Wound Care 1999: 97-98
    [41] ¡®Improved Scar Quality Following Primary and Secondary Healing of Cutaneous Wounds¡¯, Bishara S. Atiyeh, Aesthetic Plast Surg 2003; Dec 4 (online first)
    [42] ¡®Pain Control in a Randomized, Controlled, Clinical Trial Comparing Moist Exposed Burn Ointment and Conventional Methods in Patients With Partial-Thickness Burns¡¯, Erik Ang, Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation 0273-8481/2003, DOI: 10.1097/01.BCR.0000085846.87585.B7
    [43] ¡®Scar Quality and Physiologic Barrier Function Restoration After Moist and Moist-Exposed Dressings of Partial-Thickness Wounds¡¯, BISHARA S. ATIYEH, Dermatol Surg 2003; 29:14¨C20
    [44] ¡®The effect of moist and moist exposed dressings on healing and barrier function restoration of partial thickness wounds¡¯, Bishara S. Atiyeh, Eur J Plast Surg (2003) 26:5¨C11
    [45] ¡®Improving Scar Quality: A Prospective Clinical Study¡¯, Bishara S. Atiyeh, Aesth. Plast. Surg. 26:470¨C476, 2002
    [46] ¡®Scar Quality and Hand Function after Moist Exposed Burn Ointment and Skin Graft Treatment in Full Thickness Hand Burn¡¯, Ji Cheol Shin, Journal of Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 2007 Oct 31(5):582-589
    [47] ¡®The General Situation of the Ten Years' Development of MEBT/MEBO & Its Task in the 21st Century--Written at the 10th Anniversary after The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers Started Publication¡¯, Zhang Xiangqing, The Chinese Journal of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 1999 11 (4): 36-56
    [48] ¡®62 Cases of Infected Wounds in Abdomen Resulted from Surgical Incision Treated with MEBO Ribbon Gauze¡¯, Zhao Bin, Liang Jia Meng, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2002, 3: 176~177
    [49] ¡®Analysis of Type B Ultrasonic Examination after the Operatively Infected Wound Treated by MEBO¡¯, Deng Feng Ping, Luo Yi Wen, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2000, 2: 51~52
    [50] ¡®Clinical Application of MEBO in Treating Anorectal Diseases¡¯, Sun Qing Cheng, Du Bao Jun, Yang Quan Pu, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2001, 4: 235-236
    [51] ¡®MEBO Gauze Vomica Drainage for Treating Perianal Abscess¡¯, Ge Xiu Feng, Liu Guan Lin, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2001, 4: 234-238
    [52] ¡®MEBO Gauze for Promoting Drainage in Perianal Abscess and Wound Healing¡¯, Zhao Bao Shuai, Wang Zhi Guang, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2001, 4: 236-238
    [53] ¡®Experience with MEBO in Treating 42 Cases of Anal Fissure¡¯, Huang Guo Lin, Lin Zhong Sheng, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2001, 2: 109~110
    [54] ¡®Observation of the efficacy of MEBO in treating acute anal fissure¡¯, Dong Yong Zhong, Guo Jian Feng, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2004, 4: 311~312
    [55] ¡®MEBO Pressure Bandaging Method for Treating Bone Exposure¡¯, Su Yong Tao, Xing Xiao Ping, Zhao Ji Dong, et al. The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2002, 3: 172~174
    [56] ¡®Clinical experience with MEBO in treating bone exposure wounds¡¯, Guo Hai Quan, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2003, 4: 335~336
    [57] ¡®A report of 12 cases of traumatic born exposure wound treated with MEBO¡¯, Liu Wen Li, Yin Shu Xin, Jiang Zhan WU, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2003, 4: 336~338
    [58] ¡®Thirteen cases of small area bone exposure treated with MEBO¡¯, Liu Ming Hua, Zhang Dai Le, Tang Ya Fei, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2004, 4: 282~285
    [59] ¡®Clinical experience with MEBO in treating wounds after surgical operation¡¯, Zhao Yue Min, Feng Dun Wang, Sun Guo Tao, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2004, 4: 290~292
    [60] ¡®Five cases of Esophageal Chemical Burns Treated with MEBO¡¯, Xia De Lin, Wu Guo ping, Guo Li, et al. 2000£¬The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2000, 4: 30-31
    [61] ¡®Clinical Application of MEBT/MEBO in Treating Upper Digestive Tract Burns¡¯, Yan Xin Lin, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2001, 4: 240-241
    [62] ¡®MEBO for treating upper digestive tract burns caused by caustic soda¡¯, Hu Yi Fang, The Chinese Journal Of Burns Wounds & Surface Ulcers 2003, 3: 225-226
    [63] ¡®MEBO for Curing Common Warts after Laser Surgery¡¯, Xu Gang, The Chinese Journal of Burns, Wounds and Surface Ulcers 2001 (2): 105-106