Multiple Functions of MSCA-1/TNAP in Adult Mesenchymal Progenitor/Stromal Cells

@article{Estve2016MultipleFO,
  title={Multiple Functions of MSCA-1/TNAP in Adult Mesenchymal Progenitor/Stromal Cells},
  author={David Est{\`e}ve and J Galitzky and Anne Bouloumi{\'e} and Caroline Fonta and Ren{\'e} Buchet and David Magne},
  journal={Stem Cells International},
  year={2016},
  volume={2016}
}
Our knowledge about mesenchymal stem cells has considerably grown in the last years. Since the proof of concept of the existence of such cells in the 70s by Friedenstein et al., a growing mass of reports were conducted for a better definition of these cells and for the reevaluation from the term “mesenchymal stem cells” to the term “mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs).” Being more than a semantic shift, concepts behind this new terminology reveal the complexity and the heterogeneity of the cells… 

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