Stem Cells

Adult stem cells are undifferentiated cells, found throughout the body after development, that multiply by cell division to replenish dying cells and regenerate damaged tissues. Interest in adult stem cells is centered on their ability to divide or self-renew indefinitely, and generate all the cell types of the organ from which they originate, potentially regenerating the entire organ from a few cells.

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Cell Line 
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Name
ALKO (astrocyte LKB1 knock out) 
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BA3 
(1)
Human Mast Cell Line (LUVA) 
(1)
Immature dendritic cells 
(1)
MMMbz 
(1)
Primary NPCs 
(3)
SACK-Xn 3C5 
(1)
SACK-Xs 12(3) 
(1)
SACK-Xs Lig-13 
(1)
SACK-Xs Lig-8 
(1)
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Cell Type
adult mouse hair follicle stem cells 
(1)
adult rat cholangiocytic stem cells 
(1)
adult rat hepatocytic stem cells 
(1)
Embryonic nephron progenitor cell 
(3)
Immortalized embryonic mouse fibroblasts with drug resistance to blasticidin and zeocin. 
(1)
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell 
(1)
Mast cell 
(1)
Monocyte derived dendritic cells 
(1)
neonatal human liver stem cells 
(1)
Neural Stem Cells 
(1)
Stem Cells (Mesenchymal) 
(3)
Transformed mouse astrocyte 
(1)
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Morphology
epitheliod 
(3)
Fibroblast 
(1)
Fibroblastic 
(1)
Fibroblastoid 
(1)
Monolayer or Suspension 
(1)
Ready-to-use human neural stem cells (hNSCs), expressing L-myc gene (LM-NSC008), with superior proliferation and multipotent differentiation potential. 
(1)
Small cobblestone cells 
(3)
Suspension and adherent 
(1)
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Source
12-13 day mouse embryos 
(1)
Blood CD34+ derived 
(1)
Bone Marrow 
(3)
Brain 
(1)
Brain (fetal human) 
(1)
Embryonic Fibroblast 
(1)
Embryonic kidney 
(3)
Human blood monocytes 
(1)
liver cells from adult male Fischer 344 rats 
(1)
liver; 1 year old male donor cells 
(1)
liver; derived from adult male Fischer 344 rats 
(1)
whisker hair follicles of adult male FVB/NTac mice 
(1)
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