Murine "cardiospheres" are not a source of stem cells with cardiomyogenic potential.

@article{Andersen2009MurineA,
  title={Murine "cardiospheres" are not a source of stem cells with cardiomyogenic potential.},
  author={Ditte Caroline Andersen and Peter Gr\onb{\ae}k Andersen and Mikael Schneider and Hasse Br\onnum Jensen and S\oren Paludan Sheikh},
  journal={Stem cells},
  year={2009},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={
          1571-81
        }
}
Recent remarkable studies have reported that clonogenic putative cardiac stem cells (CSCs) with cardiomyogenic potential migrate from heart tissue biopsies during ex vivo culture, and that these CSCs self-organize into spontaneously beating cardiospheres (CSs). Such data have provided clear promise that injured heart tissue may be repaired by stem cell therapy using autologous CS-derived cells. By further examining CSs from the original CS protocol using immunofluorescence, quantitative reverse… CONTINUE READING
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