How do tissue-specific stem cells produce specialized cells? What is the stem-cell niche? View Full Text


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2007-06-14

ABSTRACT

Stem cells know when and how to act through 'conversations' with other cells. An ecosystem of surrounding cells — a stem-cell niche — both keeps stem cells in their self-renewing state and guides their differentiation into specialized cells.

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Nature Reports Stem Cells

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/stemcells.2007.15

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