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Skin Progenitor Cells that Induce Regenerative Skin Wound Healing

Although minor injuries and scarring are relatively common phenomena, their psychological impact is real. Injury and disfigurement to a psychologically significant area such as the face have been found to have numerous potential social consequences for pa...
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Enhanced efficiency of induced pluripotent stem cell generation from SSEA3 positive adult human dermal fibroblasts

Stanford researchers have identified a pluripotency marker in a heterogeneous population of human dermal fibroblasts. This marker can be used to isolate cells with a significantly increased propensity to reprogram into human induced pluripotent stem cell...
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