Published in Proteomics Weekly, June 10th, 2002
The Verfaillie laboratory has shown that multipotent adult progenitor cells (MAPCs), a marrow-derived stem cell type with an impressive developmental repertoire, can be prepared from humans or rodents and can be used to reconstitute cells of all embryonic lineages when injected into a blastocyst. Technically more demanding but also more useful if the hope is to develop therapeutic engraftment techniques using...
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