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Applications of flow cytometry in stem cell research and tissue regeneration.


Applications of flow cytometry in stem cell research and tissue regeneration.

Ed. by Awtar Krishan et al.



289 pages




Contributors from a wide range of medical and biological sciences explain methods and procedures of flow cytometry specific to its use in research on stem cells and related matters. A first chapter reviews the basics of flow cytometry, and others consider such topics as stem cell analysis and sorting using side population analysis, analyzing drug transport and efflux in stem cells, identifying and isolating very small embryonic-like stem cells from murine and human specimens, mesenchymal stromal cells and their clinical applications, the flow cytometric characterization of neural progenitors derived from human pluripotent stem cells, limbal stem cells and corneal regeneration, sorting spermatogonial stem cells, and tumor stem cell marker expression in cells from body cavity fluids.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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