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STEM CELLS | STEM CELLS Translational Medicine
Non-enteric neural crest stem cells may represent an alternative treatment option for enteric nervous system regeneration
iNCC-derived mesenchymal progenitor cells may represent an exciting alternative to bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells as a component of cranial bone repair strategies
A recent review presents the recent developments regarding the derivation of NCSCs and their therapeutic application for tissue regeneration
A new study evaluates iNCC‐MPCs to revitalize decellularized allografts and enhance allograft integration
Pre-migratory NCSCs differentiate into enteric neurons and mediate neuron-dependent peristalsis
A new review article summarizes the experimental evidence for the re-emergence of neural crest stem cell (NCSC)‐like cells in melanoma
A Concise Review discusses studies regarding how the cells of the neural crest maintain their stem cell potential from embryonic to adult stages
Results provide evidence for the improvement of neural crest‐like phenotypes by culturing human dental pulp cells (hDPCs) as 3D neurospheres
Neural crest stem cells are multipotent, easy to isolate from adult tissues, and easy to expand, and a recent concise review from the labs of Pihu Mehrotra and Stelios T.
Researchers discover a source of therapeutically relevant adult neural crest stem cells in the oral mucosa based on the expression of Lgr5
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