Stem Cell Biology

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Daniel R. Marshak, Richard Lavenham Gardner, David Gottlieb
CSHL Press, 2001 - Science - 550 pages
Stem cells are the focus of intense interest from a growing, multidisciplinary community of investigators with new tools for isolating and characterizing these elusive cell types. This volume, which features contributions from many of the world's leading laboratories, provides a uniquely broad and authoritative basis for understanding the biology of stem cells and the current excitement about their potential for clinical exploitation. It is an essential work of reference for investigators in embryology, hematology, and neurobiology, and their potential for clinical exploitation. It is an essential work of reference for investigators in embryology, hematology, and neurobiology, and their collaborators in the emerging field of regenerative medicine.
 

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ScMzosaccharomyces pomhe 1
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Kratzer P G Chapman VM Lambert H Evans R E and Liskay R M 1983 Differences
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On Equivalence Groups and the NotchLIN12
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Sobis H Verstuyf A and Vandeputie M 1993 Visceral yolk sacderived tumors Int
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Cell Cycle Control Checkpoints and Stem Cell Biology
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Senescence of Dividing Somatic Cells
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Sulston J E Schierenberg E White J G and Thomson J N 1983 The embryonic cell lin
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Copp A J 1978 Interactions between inner cell mass and trophectoderm of the mouse
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Lewis N E and Rossant J 1982 Mechanism of size regulation in mouse embryo aggre
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Trophoblast Stem Cells
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Gardner R L and Cockroft D L 1998 Complete dissipation of coherent clonal growth
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Molecular
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Lymphopoiesis
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The Hemangioblast
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Mesenchymal Stem Cells of Human Adult
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Wilson E B 1896 The cell in development and inheritance Macmillan New York
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Repopulating Patterns of Primitive Hematopoietic
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Early Development
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Male Germline Stem Cells
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Primordial Germ Cells as Stem Cells
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Embryonic Stem Cells
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Lawson K A Meneses J J and PedersenR A 1991 Clonal analysis of epiblast fate dur
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Units of development units of regeneration and units
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Embryonal Carcinoma Cells as Embryonic
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Marchand F 1901 Der Prozess der Wundheilung mil Einschluss der Transplantationen
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Fate Mapping of Stem Cells
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Stem Cells and Neurogenesis
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Epidermal Stem Cells
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Endoderm
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Pancreatic Stem Cells
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Stem Cells in the Epithelium of the Small
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Index
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David Gottlieb, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with a doctorate from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree from Harvard.

Thomas Shoaf, M.D., has held faculty positions at the University of Chicago and at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. His research and publication topics have included ADHD and other psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence.

Risa Graff, M.A., BCET, is an educational therapist who specializes in attention and learning disabilities.

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