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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announced that its proprietary multipotent cell conditioned media will be marketed by biopharmaceutical company Allergan within the recently-acquired Regenica Advanced Rejuvenation System.
ISCO will be working to complete the Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) pharmacology and safety studies, including tumorigenicity, toxicology and tolerability, using the human parthenogenetic neural stem cell (hPNSC) product, a type of self-renewing multipotent cell that is a precursor for the major cells of the central nervous system.
Currently, it is assumed that periodontal stem cells originate from a small population of multipotent cells, or from numerous populations of progenitor cells found in the tooth area.
hPNSC are self-renewing multipotent cells that are precursors for the major cells of the central nervous system.
The patent is named 'Identification and isolation of multipotent cells from non-osteochondral mesenchymal tissue.
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.
The race is on to find reliable and ethically neutral means of generating usable multipotent cells, and for establishing, through research and clinical trials using these cells, revolutionary new drugs and 'transplants' to treat our worst ailments.
Pleuripotency distinguishes ES cells from multipotent cells found in adults, which can only form a limited number of different cell types.
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.