Human amniotic-fluid-derived stem cells: a unique source for regenerative medicine

@article{Bajek2014HumanAS,
  title={Human amniotic-fluid-derived stem cells: a unique source for regenerative medicine},
  author={A. Bajek and J. Olkowska and N. Gurtowska and T. Kloskowski and M. Walentowicz-Sadlecka and P. Sadlecki and M. Grabiec and T. Drewa},
  journal={Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={831 - 839}
}
Introduction: The first application of tissue engineering was based on the use of differentiated cells from the adult organism, which was associated with an invasiveness and high risk of diseased cells' transplantation. Over the years, the range of available cell populations for tissue engineering has widened. Areas covered: We review the comprehensive information concerning the characteristic features of amniotic-fluid-derived stem cells (AFSCs). We also review the potential applications of… Expand
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