Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 29th, 2003
In a study from the United States, "multipotential human central nervous system progenitor cells, isolated from human fetal brain tissue by selective growth conditions, were cultured as undifferentiated, attached cell layers."
"Selective differentiation yielded highly purified populations of neurons or astrocytes," according to C.A. Messam and coauthors at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, who described "the novel use of this cell culture model to study cell type-specific recognition of a human neurotropic virus, JC virus," in...
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