Balkrishan Ganpatrao MatapurkarHindi: डा. बालक्रिशन गणपतराव मातापुरकर is an Indian medical researcher and multi-lingual poet. He first defined the term "organ regeneration" and was awarded a US patent on adult stem cells used for organ regeneration.
He was born in Morar, Lashkar, district- Gwalior. Early education in Middle school, Morar. Maharudra Mandle school, Lashkar, Gwalior. Jiwaji Rao intermediate college, Lashkar, Gwalior MP. Maharani Laxmibai Science Collage, Gwalior, MP. He got a degree MBBS from medical college at Gajara Raja Medical College, Gwalior. He was awarded Master of Surgery (MS) from M A Medical College, Delhi University. He developed the world's first organ regeneration technique while at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
He received US Patent 6227202 in 1996 and U.S. International patent No. 20020007223 in 2003. The research is based on Matapurkar’s Hypothesis - published in sc. journals and registered in 1994. His work was listed in Limka Book of World Records in 2002. The invention and research work has been published in standard Medical text books. New physiological phenomenon of mammalian body "Desired Metaplasia" discovered by him which is responsible for Regeneration of tissues and organs in the body has been published in text books of physiology. Even though the patent was issued in 1995, human use of the research was published in 1991 in the World Journal of Surgery. This research has follow up of patients for 15 years. The research credit dates back to 1976. He developed two new surgical operations published in reputed science journals - WJS - 1991, 1999 & IJU - 1995
He has composed poems in Marathi, Hindi and English. His poetry collection is published in 1995 - Satyabrahm Geet. Another collection published by Nandini publisher of Pune, Maharashtra is Satyabrahm Jaganmithya. A publication is on Cellular jail of Andaman Islands at Port Blair, popularly known as "Kala Pani" Is from Pune, Maharashtra, titledSwatantrata Samradyni.
- Salhan, Sudha (August 2011). Textbook of Gynecology. JP Medical Ltd. pp. 625–. ISBN 978-93-5025-369-4.
- Bharadwaj, Aditya; Glasner, Peter E. (2009). Local Cells, Global Science: The Rise of Embryonic Stem Cell Research in India. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-39609-7.
World record of Dr B G Matapurkar published in Limca book of World Records in 2002. Satay bramha Geet book on Marathi poems. Bramha Satya jaganmithya - collection of Marathi poems. Swatantrata Samradny Marathi poems on freedom fighters of Cellular Jail (Kala Pani) Articles by BGM A new technique of "Marlex®-peritoneal sandwich" in the repair of large incisional hernias BG Matapurkar, AK Gupta, AK Agarwal - World Journal of Surgery, 1991 - Springer Abstract Repair of a large abdominal wall incisional hernia is a difficult surgical problem with recurrence being a common complication. In addition, other complications such as hematomas, seromas, and sinus formation result from the use of foreign material. A new
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Method of organogenesis and tissue regeneration/repair using surgical techniques BG Matapurkar - US Patent 6,227,202, 2001 - Google Patents An in vivomethod of organogenesis of various tissues and/or organs in a mammalian body, comprising surgically transferring autogenous peritoneum containing stem cells to a place in the body where the desired tissue or organ is to be regenerated or repaired … The present invention relates
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Regeneration of abdominal wall aponeurosis: new dimension in Marlex peritoneal sandwich repair of incisional hernia BG Matapurkar, A Bhargave, L Dawson, B Sonal - World Journal of Surgery, 1999 - Springer Abstract. Loss of abdominal wall substance is a major cause of incisional hernia formation. It makes repair of this iatrogenic human ailment a difficult surgical problem. The abdominal wall substance loss has compelled the world's surgical community dealing with this
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Organogenesis by desired metaplasia of autogenous stem cells BG Matapurkar, A Bhargave… - Annals of the New …, 1998 - Wiley Online Library MATERIALS AND METHODS Seven Rhesus monkeys and 21 mongrel dogs were operated on under general anaesthia (ketamine hydrochloride, 12 mg/kg, in monkeys, and sodium pentobarbitone, 40 mg/kg body wt in dogs) with a perioperative antibiotic cover. Part of the
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A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF VASO‐SEMINAL VESICULOGRAPHY BG Matapurkar, OP Taneja, MM Saha… - BJU …, 1969 - Wiley Online Library INTEREST in the radiographic visualisation of the distal spermatic tract described as vaso-seminal vesiculography has varied during the past six decades. Belfield in 1913 first attempted radio- graphy of the spermatic tract by cannulation of the vas deferens. Peruretheral catheterisation
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[PDF] niscair.res.in Organogenesis and tissue regeneration of fallopian tube: A desired metaplastic transformation of mesodermal stem cells in live animal models (dogs) BG Matapurkar, A Bhargave, L Dawson, HMS Rehan… - 2000 - nopr.niscair.res.in The capacity of stem cells of peritonium of mesodermal origin to undergo metaplastic transformation and form different tissues developed from mesoderm germ layer is exploited with ulterior motive to use it in the management of human diseases. The excised fallopian
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Formation of neoureter from peritoneum in live animal model (dog). BG Matapurkar, HM Rehan - Indian journal of experimental biology, 1996 - europepmc.org Abstract Regeneration of ureter in vivo is possible from peritoneal stem cells as both are derivative of embryonal germ layer mesoderm. The peritoneal stem cells are engaged in repair of loss due to normal wear and tear by differentiation and proliferation. With
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[CITATION] Large recurrent incisional hernia: ultrasonographic mapping of abdominal wall defects and repair by Marlex peritoneal sandwich technique BG Matapurkar, HMS Rehan, AK Agarwal, M Bhatia - Indian J Surg, 1995
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Organogenesis and tissue regeneration of ureter from autogeneous primitive stem cells in adult rhesus monkeys BG Matapurkar, HS Rehan, AK Agarwal… - Indian Journal of …, 1996 - Medknow Organogenesis and tissue regeneration of ureter from autogeneous primitive stem cells in adult rhesus monkeys< a target='_blank'href='/searchresult. asp? search= &author= BG+ Matapurkar&journal= Y&but_search= Search&entries= 10&pg= 1&s= 0'> BG
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[CITATION] Incidence of carcinoma prostate. A five year survey. BG Matapurkar, OP Taneja - 1969 - imsear.li.mahidol.ac.th Skip navigation …
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Neoorganogenesis and neohistogenesis by desired metaplasia of autogenous tissue stem cells in vivo: A critical and scientific evaluation with 125 years of review … BG Matapurkar, A Bhargave, H Koratkar… - ASAIO journal, 2003 - journals.lww.com Materials and Methods Attempts at colonization of cells of one group with another in vivo, based on this hypothesis, were analyzed. All the experiments that could regenerate tissues and organs became group A (Table 1). 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15 The colonization attempts that
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New technique for repair of complex genitourinary rectal fistulae using peritoneum for urethral reconstruction and as an interpositional tissue BG Matapurkar, HS Rehan - Indian Journal of Urology, 1997 - Medknow The complex genitourinary rectal fistula is a rare but distressing condition. The management is difficult and has high complication rate. Some cases are even considered inoperable and the patients of this condition suffer for the whole life. Apart from fistula the problem in
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[CITATION] Bouveret's syndrome. MP Arora, BG Matapurkar - … : official journal of the Indian Society of …, 1987 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 1. Indian J Gastroenterol. 1987 Apr;6(2):124-5. Bouveret's syndrome. Arora MP, Matapurkar BG. PMID 3583342 [Indexed for MEDLINE]. Publication Types: Case Reports; Letter. MeSH terms. Cholelithiasis/complications*; Duodenal Obstruction/etiology*; Female; Humans; Middle Aged.
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[PDF] niscair.res.in A new physiological phenomenon of mammalian body for organ and tissue neo-regeneration in vivo: Adult stem cell technology in the perspective of … BG Matapurkar - 2002 - nopr.niscair.res.in A new phenomenon by which adult developed mammalian and human body, can neo- regenerate its own tissue/organ in vivo, is recognized as" Desired Metaplasia". Reserve stem cells present in the tissues of adult developed body, are responsible for repair and
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[PDF] jiom.com.np [PDF] Tender Coconut Water: An ideal fluid for parenteral substitute HS Rehan, BG Matapurkar - Journal of Institute of Medicine, 2007 - jiom.com.np ABSTRACT In this study tender coconut water was studied for biochemical, microbiological, pharmacological properties and for its effect of infusion in dogs. The high nutritive content, sterile, pyrogen-free, non-haemolysing in dogs and humans and free from acute and sub-
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Nature's revelation seed cells of the body-Stem cells H Koratkar, BG Matapurkar… - Indian journal of …, 2001 - pdfs.semanticscholar.org Page 1. 1075 Indian Journal of Experimental Biology http:// www.niscom.res.in; http://www.bioline. org.br/ VOLUME 39 NUMBER 11 NOVEMBER 2001 CONTENTS View Point Nature's revelation seed cells of the body-Stem cells Harish Koratkar & BG Matapurkar Review article Citrus tissue
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Method of organogenesis and tissue regeneration/repair using surgical techniques BG Matapurkar - US Patent 6,547,826, 2003 - Google Patents A method of isolating and developing a membrane containing pluripotent autogenous stem cells of endodermal origin for the use of neo-organogenesis and neo-histogenesis of various organs and tissues in mammals … The present application is a Continuation-in-part of US application
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[PDF] niscair.res.in Neo-regeneration of urinary bladder: A desired metaplasia of autologous membrane from rectosigmoid colon containing stem cells of intestinal crypts BG Matapurkar, A Bhargave, HS Rehan, AK Mondal… - 2010 - nopr.niscair.res.in The current management of diseases of urinary bladder requiring resection is by augmentation cystoplasty or transplantation of ureters. Transplantation of ureters is associated with morbidity and mortality. Ideal management will be by regenerating urinary
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[CITATION] Neo-organo-histogenesis: A physiological phenomenon of desired metaplasia of autogenous adult tissue stem cells BG Matapurkar - MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF …, 2002 - AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY 8120 …