Dental pulp of the third molar: a new source of pluripotent-like stem cells.

  title={Dental pulp of the third molar: a new source of pluripotent-like stem cells.},
  author={Maher Atari and Carlos Gil-Recio and Marc Fabregat and Dani Garc{\'i}a-Fern{\'a}ndez and Miguel A. Barajas and M. A. S{\'a}nchez Carrasco and Han Sung Jung and Federico Hern{\'a}ndez Alfaro and N{\'u}ria Casals and Felipe Pr{\'o}sper and Eduard Ferr{\'e}s-Padr{\'o} and Lu{\'i}s Giner},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  volume={125 Pt 14},
Dental pulp is particularly interesting in regenerative medicine because of the accessibility and differentiation potential of the tissue. Dental pulp has an early developmental origin with multi-lineage differentiation potential as a result of its development during childhood and adolescence. However, no study has previously identified the presence of stem cell populations with embryonic-like phenotypes in human dental pulp from the third molar. In the present work, we describe a new… CONTINUE READING
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