The HOX Code as a "biological fingerprint" to distinguish functionally distinct stem cell populations derived from cord blood.

@article{Liedtke2010TheHC,
  title={The HOX Code as a "biological fingerprint" to distinguish functionally distinct stem cell populations derived from cord blood.},
  author={Stefanie Liedtke and Anja Buchheiser and J{\'u}lia Solanes Bosch and Frank Bosse and Fabian K Kruse and Xiaoyi Zhao and Simeon Santourlidis and Gesine Koegler},
  journal={Stem cell research},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={40-50}
}
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) have been isolated from almost every adult tissue. In cord blood (CB), different non-hematopoietic CD45-, CD34- adherent cell populations can be generated: the cord blood derived MSC (CB-MSC), that behave almost like MSC from bone marrow (BM-MSC), and unrestricted somatic stem cells (USSC) which show a distinct differentiation potential into all three germ layers. However, distinguishing these populations easily by molecular markers is still a concern. In this study… CONTINUE READING

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