Human immature dental pulp stem cells (hIDPSCs), their application to cell therapy and bioengineering: an analysis by systematic revision of the last decade of literature.

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During recent years, attention has been given to the potential of therapeutic approaches using stem cells obtained from dental pulp tissue. The aim of this study, therefore, was to give an overview of the papers produced during the last 10 years that have described the use of stem cells obtained from human deciduous teeth in cell therapy or bioengineering… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ar.22808

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@article{Souza2013HumanID, title={Human immature dental pulp stem cells (hIDPSCs), their application to cell therapy and bioengineering: an analysis by systematic revision of the last decade of literature.}, author={Priscilla Vianna de Souza and Fabiana Bucholdz Teixeira Alves and Cristina Lucia Sant'Ana Costa Ayub and Maria Albertina de Miranda Soares and Jos{\'e} R. B. Gomes}, journal={Anatomical record}, year={2013}, volume={296 12}, pages={1923-8} }