Characterization of Stromal Cells Derived from Bone Marrow, Dermis, and MyocardiumPublic
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Stromal cells originate from a variety of tissues and may have possible therapeutic applications in tissue repair in myocardial infarcts. This project investigated the relationships between human bone marrow-derived stromal cells (BM/ MSC), dermis-derived stromal cells, and cardiac-derived stromal cells by in vitro characterization for surface markers, secretory profiles, differentiation capacity, and DNA methylation patterns. Cell characterization is important for cell therapies and it helps to better understand the functions of these cell types and the mechanism of actions.
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