Adipose tissue-derived stem cell in vitro differentiation in a three-dimensional dental bud structure.

@article{Ferro2011AdiposeTS,
  title={Adipose tissue-derived stem cell in vitro differentiation in a three-dimensional dental bud structure.},
  author={Federico Ferro and Renza Spelat and Giuseppe Falini and Annarita Gallelli and Federica D'aurizio and Elisa Puppato and Maura Pandolfi and Antonio Paolo Beltrami and Daniela Cesselli and Carlo Alberto Beltrami and Francesco Saverio Ambesi-Impiombato and Francesco Curcio},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={178 5},
  pages={2299-310}
}
Tooth morphogenesis requires sequential and reciprocal interactions between the cranial neural crest-derived mesenchymal cells and the stomadial epithelium, which regulate tooth morphogenesis and differentiation. We show how mesenchyme-derived single stem cell populations can be induced to transdifferentiate in vitro in a structure similar to a dental bud. The presence of stem cells in the adipose tissue has been previously reported. We incubated primary cultures of human adipose tissue-derived… CONTINUE READING

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