Cell surface markers CD44 and CD166 localized specific populations of salivary acinar cells.

@article{Maria2012CellSM,
  title={Cell surface markers CD44 and CD166 localized specific populations of salivary acinar cells.},
  author={Ola M. Maria and Ahmed M Maria and Yuanming Cai and Simon D Tran},
  journal={Oral diseases},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={162-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Experimental approaches tested to date for functional restoration of salivary glands (SGs) are tissue engineering, gene transfer, and cell therapy. To further develop these therapies, identifying specific cell surface markers for the isolation of salivary acinar cells is needed. To test a panel of cell surface markers [used in the isolation of mesenchymal stem cells, (MSCs)] for the localization of salivary acinar cells. MATERIALS Human submandibular and parotid glands were… CONTINUE READING

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