Progenitors systemically transplanted into neonatal mice localize to areas of active bone formation in vivo: implications of cell therapy for skeletal diseases.

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The potential of cell or gene therapy to treat skeletal diseases was evaluated through analysis of transplanted osteoprogenitors into neonatal homozygous and heterozygous osteogenesis imperfecta mice (oim). The osteoprogenitors used for transplantation were prepared by injection of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) marked with the green fluorescent protein (GFP… (More)

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@article{Wang2006ProgenitorsST, title={Progenitors systemically transplanted into neonatal mice localize to areas of active bone formation in vivo: implications of cell therapy for skeletal diseases.}, author={Xujun Wang and Feng Li and Christopher Niyibizi}, journal={Stem cells}, year={2006}, volume={24 8}, pages={1869-78} }