Fetal Stem Cells

Cells derived from a Fetus that retains the ability to divide, proliferate and provide progenitor cells that can differentiate into specialized cells. The embryo is referred to as a fetus after the eighth week of development. Once a fetal stem cell has been harvested, it has the potential to live indefinitely in the laboratory. Fetal stem cells can be isolated from fetal blood and bone marrow as well as from other fetal tissues, including liver and kidney.

Related  Journals of  Fetal  Stem  Cells
Insights in Stem Cells, Gynaecology & Obstetrics Case reportInsights in Cell Science,  General Medicine: Open Access, Bioenergetics: Open Access, Journal of Tissue Science & EngineeringCancer Cells,  Cell  Stem Cell,  Molecular  Cell, Trends in  Cell  Biology, Cell Research.

 

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