Published in Drug Week, September 8th, 2006
"The goal of our study was to identify a subset of genes commonly expressed in Side (SP), isolated by Hoechst staining followed by flow cytometry, from adult mouse bone marrow, male adult germinal cells, muscle primary culture, and mesenchymal cells.
"These SP cells have been proposed to be a 'stem-like' population and are used here as a 'model' that may reveal mechanisms which would be relevant for a better understanding of stem cell properties," scientists writing in the journal Experimental Cell Research report.
According to C. Rochon...
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