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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Gurtner, "Hyperglycemiainduced reactive oxygen species and impaired endothelial progenitor cell function," Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, vol.
Retinal progenitor cells (RPCs) play a key role in retina restoration.
Migration and division of progenitor cells populations in the periodontal ligament after wounding.
Once the in vitro experiments were completed, the next step was to investigate the in vivo behavior of these stem cell-derived progenitor cells. This involved grafting the utricular mouse-derived progenitor cells into the developing ears (otic vesicles) of embryonic chickens.
Our ground-breaking therapy uses a proprietary combination of small-molecule drugs that induce progenitor cells create new cells.
This revised information can then guide progenitor cells that are choosing to make new structures to differentiate into the correct anatomy at the correct locations," says the paper's senior author Peter Reddien, a Whitehead Institute researcher, an MIT professor of biology, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigator.
Lee et al., "Distraction osteogenesis induces endothelial progenitor cell mobilization without inflammatory response in man," Bone, vol.
Progenitor cells are more limited, typically differentiating into a specific type of cell and able to divide only a fixed number of times.
Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs), which circulate in the bloodstream, play a role in normal blood vessel function and may find application as both a marker of cardiovascular disease and a potential treatment, according to a recent review.
Such progenitor cell behavior is typical for tissue that constantly produces many new cells, such as skin, blood and intestine.