Stem cell migration: a quintessential stepping stone to successful therapy.

@article{Weidt2007StemCM,
  title={Stem cell migration: a quintessential stepping stone to successful therapy.},
  author={Corinna Weidt and Bernd Niggemann and Benjamin Kasenda and Theodore L. Drell and Kurt S. Zaenker and Thomas Dittmar},
  journal={Current stem cell research & therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={
          89-103
        }
}
Migration is an innate and fundamental cellular function that enables hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and endothelial progenitors (EPCs) to leave the bone marrow, relocate to distant tissue, and to return to the bone marrow. An increasing number of studies demonstrate the widening scope of the therapeutic potential of both HSCs and endothelial cells. Therapeutic success however not only relies upon their ability to repair damaged tissue, but is also fundamentally dependent on the migration to… CONTINUE READING
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