Transplantation of Cultured Human Neural Progenitor Cells into Rat Brain: Migration and Differentiation

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We studied the fate in vitro cultured human stem/progenitor cells after transplantation into rat brain. The cells from human fetuses at 8-12 weeks' gestation were cultured in vitro for 14 days and transplanted into the brain of 10-day-old and adult rats. Microscopic examination showed that human stem/progenitor cells migrated into various regions of rat… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1013639916495

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@article{Aleksandrova2001TransplantationOC, title={Transplantation of Cultured Human Neural Progenitor Cells into Rat Brain: Migration and Differentiation}, author={Maria A Aleksandrova and Rimma A. Poltavtseva and M. V. Marei and Alexander V. Revishchin and Irina N. Saburina and I. V. Dubrovina and Leonid Ivanovich Korochkin and Gennady T. Sukhikh}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2001}, volume={132}, pages={1000-1003} }