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Stem Cells in Dental Pulp of Deciduous Teeth

Dental pulp from deciduous (baby) teeth, which are discarded after exfoliation, represents an advantageous source of young stem cells. Herein, we discuss the methods of deciduous teeth stem cell (DTSC) isolation and cultivation.We show that based on these methods, at least three different stem cell populations can be identified: a population similar to bone marrow–derived mesenchymal stem cells, an epithelial stem–like cells, and/or a mixed population composed of both cell types.

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Publicado em: 17 de março de 2016 às 19:03.

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