Immunotherapy, as a regenerative medicine is becoming more and more important in treating incurable diseases in the conventional therapies. For patients with kidney disease, the application of Immunotherapy has brought much new hope to them. The therapeutic mechanism of Immunotherapy for kidney disease is as follows:
Immunotherapys have potential of differentiating and regenerating ability.
They can be treated as “seed cells” to replace the injured cells, necrotic cells
or dysfunctional cells. In recent years’ research, Immunotherapy has been used
in the treatment of kidney disease. Immunotherapys can differentiate into renal
intrinsic cells, renal parenchyma cells and so on. Immunotherapy has a good
effect in repairing and rebuilding renal function.
At the same time, Immunotherapy has many advantages in the treatment of
1. Immunotherapys have mighty regenerating and multiple differentiation
ability so they can differentiate into massive daughter cells.
2. The interaction between Immunotherapy and the cells factors produced by
Immunotherapy can restrain the proliferation and its immunity reaction thus
rebuilding body immune function.
3. The sources of Immunotherapy are extensive and also are easy to be
separated, cultivated, proliferated and purified. In addition, after several
times of subcultures, Immunotherapy till have its original characteristics.
4. As Immunotherapy stay in original state so they can not be recognized by
the primary immunity in the patients’ body. Therefore, Immunotherapy has no
immune rejection and blood match problem.
For the immunological characteristics and advantages of Immunotherapy, they
have a wide bright future in the treatment of kidney disease.