Cell Phenotypes in Human Amniotic Fluid

    @inproceedings{DavydovaaCellPI,
      title={Cell Phenotypes in Human Amniotic Fluid},
      author={D. A. Davydovaa and Ekaterina A. Vorotelyaka and Yu. A. Smirnovaa and R. D. Zinovievaa and Yu. A. Romanovb and N. V. Kabaevab and V. V. Terskikha and A. V. Vasilieva}
    }
    Stem cells capable of long-term proliferation and differentiation into different cell types may be a promising source of cells for regenerative medicine. recently, much attention has been paid to fetal stem cells, among which are cells from amniotic fluid (AF). We have isolated amniotic stem cells from 3 AF samples. Flow cytometry, rt-Pcr and immunohistochemistry have shown that these cells express mesenchymal (cD90, cD73, cD105, cD13, cD29, cD44, and cD146), neural (β 3 -tubulin, nestin, and… CONTINUE READING

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