Identification of novel circulating human embryonic blood stem cells.


Using murine models, primitive hematopoietic cells capable of repopulation have been shown to reside in various anatomic locations, including the aortic gonad mesonephros, fetal liver, and bone marrow. These sites are thought to be seeded by stem cells migrating through fetal circulation and would serve as ideal targets for in utero cellular therapy. In… (More)


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@article{Gallacher2000IdentificationON, title={Identification of novel circulating human embryonic blood stem cells.}, author={Lisa M. Gallacher and Barbara Murdoch and Daniel Ming-Jen Wu and Frances N. Karanu and Fraser Fellows and Mickie Bhatia}, journal={Blood}, year={2000}, volume={96 5}, pages={1740-7} }