Multipotent progenitor cells can be isolated from postnatal murine bone marrow, muscle, and brain.
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Aug 01, 2002
This study shows that cells with MAPC characteristics can be isolated not only from BM, but also from brain and muscle tissue. Whether MAPC originally derived from BM are circulating or all organs contain stem cells with MAPC characteristics currently is being studied. Presence of MAPC in multiple tissues may help explain the "plasticity" found in multiple adult tissues.
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