National Academy of Sciences. 2003. Regenerative Medicine. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10916.
|1 Introduction: Stem cells at the dawn of the 21st Century
|2 Nuclear reprogramming and stem cell creation
|3 Maintenance of stem cell populations in plants
|4 Stem cells of the skin epitheliulm
|5 Screening for mammalian neural genes via fluorescence-activated cell sorter purification of neural precursors from Sox1-gfp knock-in mice
|6 Normal and leukemic hematopoiesis: Are leukemias a stem cell disorder or a reacquisition of stem cell characteristics?
|7 Little evidence of bone marrow-derived hepatocytes in the replacement of injured liver
|8 Neuroectodermal differentiation from mouse multipotent adult progenitor cells
|9 Ingestion of bacterially expressed double-stranded RNA inhibits gene expression in planarians
|10 Genetic and functional differences between multipotent neural and pluripotent embryonic stem cells
|11 Indian hedgehog and B-catenin signaling: Role in the sebaceous lineage of normal and neoplastic mammalian epidermis
|12 The origin and liver repopulating capacity of murine oval cells
|13 Activation of Notch signaling pathway precedes heart regeneration in zebrafish
|14 In vivo regeneration of murine prostate from dissocated cell populations of postnatal epithelia and urogenital sinus mesenchyme
|15 Enhanced hematopoietic differentiation of embryonic stem cells conditionally expressing Stat5
|16 Nonhuman primate parthenogenetic stem cells
|17 One strategy for cell and gene therapy: Harnessing the power of adult stem cells to repair tissues
|18 Therapeutic cloning in the mouse
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