multipotent cell

multipotent cell

[¦məl·tə‚pōt·ent ′sel]
(embryology)
A cell capable of giving rise to only a limited number of cell types.
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Transplantation of a multipotent cell population from human adipose tissue induces dystrophin expression in the immunocompetent mdx mouse.
Regenica contains Histogen's proprietary Multipotent Cell Conditioned Media with growth factors and stem-cell derived proteins that are characteristic of young, rapidly developing tissue and are associated with skin rejuvenation and repair.
The ReGenica product line contains Multipotent Cell Conditioned Media (CCM) Complex, which has a variety of stem cell proteins and growth factors that are characteristic of young, rapidly developing tissue and are associated with skin rejuvenation and repair.
a regenerative medicine company, and Suneva Medical, a privately-held aesthetics company, today announced that they have entered into a license agreement for physician-dispensed aesthetic products containing Histogen's proprietary multipotent cell conditioned media (CCM).
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are the self-renewing, multipotent cells that differentiate into the main phenotypes of the nervous system.
In this valuable contribution to current understanding of these multipotent cells which have both cytoprotective and cytotoxic effects on retinal neurons, Reichenbach and Bringmann (physiologists, U.
Multipotent cells expressed CD133 and CD15 at lower levels than neuronal progenitors cells.
The flab, which is left post liposuction, is filled with multipotent cells called adipose, or fat, stem cells.
Spinal Cord Society (Fergus Falls, MN) has patented a process for generating multipotent cells from glial cells using in vitro techniques to dedifferentiate fetal or adult mammalian glial cells into multipotent cells.
Human mesenchymal stem cells are multipotent cells that are able to differentiate along different pathways including the osteogenic, adipogenic and chondrogenic pathways.
The objective of this initiative is to promote a thorough exploration and characterization of the bi-directional communication between multipotent cells and the three-dimensional local milieu or niche that they encounter in vivo under normal and compromised states, such as with aging or following injury, disease, or drug exposure.
It can encompass multipotent cells derived from both marrow tissue and other non-marrow tissues.