Cell-Surface Protein Profiling Identifies Distinctive Markers of Progenitor Cells in Human Skeletal Muscle

Abstract

Skeletal muscle contains two distinct stem/progenitor populations. One is the satellite cell, which acts as a muscle stem cell, and the other is the mesenchymal progenitor, which contributes to muscle pathogeneses such as fat infiltration and fibrosis. Detailed and accurate characterization of these progenitors in humans remains elusive. Here, we performed… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2016.07.004

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@inproceedings{Uezumi2016CellSurfacePP, title={Cell-Surface Protein Profiling Identifies Distinctive Markers of Progenitor Cells in Human Skeletal Muscle}, author={Akiyoshi Uezumi and Masashi Nakatani and Madoka Ikemoto-Uezumi and Naoki Yamamoto and Mitsuhiro Morita and Asami Yamaguchi and Harumoto Yamada and Takehiro Kasai and Satoru Masuda and Asako Narita and Yuko Miyagoe-Suzuki and Shin’ichi Takeda and So-Ichiro Fukada and Ichizo Nishino and Kunihiro Tsuchida}, booktitle={Stem cell reports}, year={2016} }