Differences of isolated dental stem cells dependent on donor age and consequences for autologous tooth replacement.

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OBJECTIVE Autologous therapy via stem cell-based tissue regeneration is an aim to rebuild natural teeth. One option is the use of adult stem cells from the dental pulp (DPSCs), which have been shown to differentiate into several types of tissue in vitro and in vivo, especially into tooth-like structures. DPSCs are mainly isolated from the dental pulp of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.archoralbio.2014.02.014

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@article{Kellner2014DifferencesOI, title={Differences of isolated dental stem cells dependent on donor age and consequences for autologous tooth replacement.}, author={Manuela Kellner and Marina M Steindorff and J{\"{u}rgen F Strempel and Andreas Winkel and Mark P. Kuehnel and Meike Stiesch}, journal={Archives of oral biology}, year={2014}, volume={59 6}, pages={559-67} }