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In contrast to hematopoietic stem cells, positive results have been limited with the intrathecal transfusion of olfactory cells, previously isolated and cultured from the patient's nasal tissue.
The fragrance was created with the consultation of veterinarians and animal behaviorists since cats have 200 million olfactory cells. The fragrance's bottle is similar to Oh My Dog's with a rounded bottle with spikes on the side resembling an animal collar.
The research team determined that only two of the four factors used earlier to artificially reprogram adult cells into iPSCs are critical to the process of pushing the olfactory cells to become more stem celllike.
Washington, Feb 29 ( ANI ): Some scientists have quashed the illusive "Lily of the Valley phenomenon" - born as a result of a discovery that sperm act as swimming olfactory cells which follow a "scent trail" laid by the egg - as a laboratory artefact.
Olfactory cells in the nasal lining, or epithelium, don't proliferate by dividing.