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any small compartment

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Stem cell researcher Hans Scholer at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine and his team took skin cells from mice and, using a unique combination of growth factors while ensuring appropriate culturing conditions, have managed to induce the cells' differentiation into neuronal somatic stem cells.
Making full use of its in-house resources, Stelic is placing top priority on its strategy of patenting of somatic stem cell therapeutic concepts and expanding the scope of associated patents with the objective of achieving market expansion.
When the somatic stem cells were destroyed, the hub cells cranked up their machinery for cell division.
Somatic stem cells can be isolated from a mammalian lung and made to differentiate into various lung cell types, he reported.
Studies which link fetal exposure to toxicants or other substances affecting somatic stem cells that later populate organs such as the mammary gland, the prostate gland and the lung, and that have cancer as the endpoint, are sought by the NCI.
For researches in living cells, especially the cells with inducible pluripotency including iPS cells, ES cells and somatic stem cells, however it is extremely important to acquire healthy single cells with their inherent qualities unchanged for further study.
Hence loss of regenerative function and propensity to contract cancers can be interpreted as harbingers of ageing at the level of somatic stem cells.
When they finally figured out a way to kill all of the somatic stem cells, they thought that the rest of the tissue would probably just empty out.
Offerings include embryonic stem cells and somatic stem cells from various species, along with their genetically modified derivatives.
During the study, researchers looked at fruit fly testes where two different stem cells exist: germline stem cells which give rise to sperm, and somatic stem cells which develop into non-reproductive cell types.
This collection of nine papers describes aspects of stem cell research, including the application of stem cells and progenitor cells and vascular diseases, gas transcription factors and T cell development from hematopoietic stem cells, protein tyrosine phosphatase Shp-5 in cyyokine signaling and stem cell regulation, stem cells for neural tissue engineering, natural stem cell niche-dependency, potential applications of human umbilical cord stem cells in Whartons's jelly for the treatment of Parkinson's Disease, human oogenesis and follicular retrieval from ovarian somatic stem cells and applications of gastric stem cells and the use of fibrocytes, mesenchymal stem cells and monocytes in research.