Non-hematopoietic Stem Cells Recommendations
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- » Cell fate specification in hematopoiesis and vasculogenesis
- » Clinical stem cell transplantation: gene therapy
- » Clinical stem cell transplantation: stem cell sources and methods
- » Development of non-hematopoietic stem cells
- » Embryonic and fetal stem cells
- » Genetic regulation of stem cells
- » Mesenchymal stem cells: biology and applications
- » Molecular regulation of stem cell self-renewal
- » Stem and progenitor cell biology: definitions and assays, phenotypic characterisation and variability, purification
- » Stem and progenitor cell biology: lineage selection, transcription factors, terminal differentiation, etc.
- » Stem and progenitor cell biology: origin and development in vivo, derivation from embryonic stem cells
- » Stem and progenitor cell biology: proliferation, quiescence and cell cycle control, telomere regulation, etc.
- » Stem cell differentiation
- » Stem cell interactions with their microenvironment
- » Stem cell therapy controversy and ethical implications
- » Stem cell trafficking and engraftment
- » Umbilical cord blood stem cells: biology and applications
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