An approachable human adult stem cell source for hard-tissue engineering.

@article{Laino2006AnAH,
  title={An approachable human adult stem cell source for hard-tissue engineering.},
  author={Gregorio Laino and Antonio Graziano and R. D'aquino and Giuseppe Pirozzi and Vladimiro Lanza and Salvatore Valiante and Alfredo De Rosa and Fabio Naro and Elisabetta Vivarelli and Gianpaolo Papaccio},
  journal={Journal of cellular physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={206 3},
  pages={
          693-701
        }
}
Stem cells were obtained from deciduous dental pulp of healthy subjects, aged 6-10 years. This stem cell population was cultured, expanded, and specifically selected, detecting using a FACsorter, c-kit, CD34, and STRO-1 antigen expression. Then, c-kit+/CD34+/STRO-1+ cells were replaced in the culture medium added of 20% FBS, leading to osteoblast differentiation. In fact, these cells, after a week, showed a large positivity for CD44, osteocalcin, and RUNX-2 markers. To achieve an adipocytic… CONTINUE READING
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