B.G. Matapurkar

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Dr. Balkrishan Ganpatrao MatapurkarHindi: डा. बालक्रिशन गणपतराव मातापुरकर is an Indian scientist who first defined the term "organ regeneration" and was awarded a US patent on adult stem cells used for organ Regeneration.[1] r

He was born in Gwalior and got a degree MBBS from medical college at Gajara Raja Medical College, Gwalior. Awarded Master of Surgery (MS) from M A Medical College, Delhi University. UHe developed first ever organ regeneration technique in the world while in Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. His received a US PATENT 6227202 in 1996[2] and U.S. International patent No. 20020007223 in 2003. His World record in Limka Book of World Record in 2002. Even though the patent is with effect from 1995, the human use of research has been published in 1991 in world J of Surg. This research has follow up of patients for 15 years. This work is with effect from 1976. The research credit dates back to 1976. He has composed poems in Marathi, Hindi & in English. Poetry collection is published in 1995 - "satyabrahm geet". Another collection published by Nandini publisher of Pune, Maharashtra is "Satyabrahm Jaganmithya". A publication is under print with Nadini prakashan named "Swatantrata Samradyni"


Scientific articles published in ASAIO Journal, American Society of Artificial internal Organs Journal, World J of Surgery in 1991[3] and 1999,[4] Regeneration of ureter faellopian tube,uterus published in Annals of New York Academy of Sciences[5] in 1998, Indian J of Urology, Indian j of Expt. Biol. One of the technique for Repair of large Incisional hernia has been published in the R. Maingot's Text book of Abdominal Operations in 1997. Regeneration of fallopian Tube and Uterus published in Text Book of Gynaecology in 2011.Another International Patent from USA on Regeneration of Bile Duct and Urinary Bladder granted in 2003. Regeneration of urinary bladder using endoderm stem cells from sigmoid colon published in Ind J of Exptl Biol. in 2010. Surgical technique published in other text books :- - Molecular Biology of the Cell, Volume 13 American Society for Cell Biology, 2002 - Cytology - Institute of Regional Studies, 2001 - South Asia From inside the book "b g matapurkar" in this book Page 115. - In a BOOK of Netherlands on Incisional Hernia lisk factors, prevention, and repair Littekenbreuken risicofactoren, preventie en behandeling PROEFSCHRIFT TER VERKRIJGING VAN DE GRAAD VAN DOCTOR AAN DE ERASMUS UNIVERSITEIT ROTTERDAM OP GEZAG VAN DE RECTOR MAGNIFICUS PROF. DR. P.W.C. AKKERMANS M.A. EN VOLGENS BESLUIT VAN HET COLLEGE VOOR PROMOTIES DE OPENBARE VERDEDIGING ZAL PLAATSVINDEN OP DONDERDAG 8 JUNI 2000 OM 11.00 UUR DOOR ROLAND WALTER LUIJENDIJK GEBOREN TE HAZERSWOUDE Ref. 264. Matapurkar BG, Gupta AK, Agarwal AK. A new technique of "Marlex- peritoneal sandwich" in the repair of large incisional hernias. World J Surg 1991; 15: 768-70. 265. Matapurkar BG, Bhargave A, Dawson L, Sonal B. Regeneration of abdominal wall aponeurosis: new dimension in Marlex peritoneal sandwich repair of incisional hernia. World J Surg 1999; 23: 446- - McGrawhill- Access SURGERY Skandalakis' Surgical Anatomy > Chapter 9. Abdominal Wall and Hernias > Matapurkar et al.154 presented the potential to eliminate the possible cause of late recurrence in incisional hernia with the Marlex peritoneal sandwich repair in which regeneration of the abdominal wall aponeurosis took place in experiments on 7 mongrel dogs. - in text books for schools in Gujarat, India on the web sites: http://images.speakingtree.iimg.in/files/rsz/fit_s_320x240/files/07-2014/180363/8f14e45fceea167a5a36dedd4bea2543_1405685562.jpg[non-primary source needed]


  1. ^ http://www.pharmabiz.com/article/detnews.asp?Arch=&articleid=7705&sectionid=44
  2. ^ Method of organogenesis and tissue regeneration/repair using surgical techniques - US Patent 6227202 Claims
  3. ^ Matapurkar BG, Gupta AK, Agarwal AK (1991). "A new technique of 'Marlex-peritoneal sandwich' in the repair of large incisional hernias". World Journal of Surgery. 15 (6): 768–70. PMID 1767543. doi:10.1007/BF01665314. 
  4. ^ Matapurkar BG, Bhargave A, Dawson L, Sonal B (May 1999). "Regeneration of abdominal wall aponeurosis: new dimension in Marlex peritoneal sandwich repair of incisional hernia". World Journal of Surgery. 23 (5): 446–50; discussion 451. PMID 10085391. doi:10.1007/PL00012326. 
  5. ^ Matapurkar BG, Bhargave A, Dawson L, Sonal B (October 1998). "Organogenesis by desired metaplasia of autogenous stem cells". Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 857: 263–7. PMID 9917853. doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1998.tb10128.x. 

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Books on the term B.G. Matapurkar

Textbook of Gynecology 2011 Koratkar H, Matapurkar BG. Nature's revelation: Seed cells of the body—Stem Cells. Indian I of Expt Biol 2001;39:1077-9. Lantz GC, Badylac SF, Coeffy AC, Geddes L A, Sandisky GE. Small intestinal submucosa as a superior vena cava graft ... books.google.com/books?id=YUYx1neUEIoC&pg=PA625&dq=B.G.+Matapurkar&hl=en&sa=X&ei=k635UpyRBury7AbR6YHQBw&ved=0CBsQ6AEwAA

Local Cells, Global Science: The Rise of Embryonic Stem Cell Research in India (Genetics and Society) Aditya Bharadwaj and Peter Glasner, 2008 One of the first studies of an exciting new development in global biotechnology, this cutting edge text examines the extent of the transnational movements of tissues, stem cells, and expertise, in the developing governance framework of India. Documenting the impact of local and global governance frames on the everyday conduct of research, this grou... www.amazon.com/Local-Cells-Global-Science-Embryonic/dp/0415396093/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1389940884&sr=1-1&keywords=B.G.+Matapurkar

Local Cells, Global Science: The Rise of Embryonic Stem Cell ... Aditya Bharadwaj, Peter E. Glasner, 2009 The most extraordinary justification for stem cell research, however, came from a scientist, Dr B.G. Matapurkar, who conducted research using adult stem cells in Delhi's Maulana Azad Medical College. He argues that Adi Parva (first chapter) of ... books.google.com/books?id=FvQD3din9S4C&pg=PA35&dq=B.G.+Matapurkar&hl=en&sa=X&ei=k635UpyRBury7AbR6YHQBw&ved=0CB4Q6AEwAQ