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stem cell marker


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stem cell marker

Expression of pluripotent stem cell markers in the human fetal ovary

Decreased expression of the human stem cell marker, Rex-1 (zfp-42), in renal cell carcinoma

α2,3-Sialylation regulates the stability of stem cell marker CD133

The pluripotency factor LIN28 in monkey and human testes: a marker for spermatogonial stem cells?

SC-27CD13 REPRESENTS A NOVEL BRAIN TUMOR STEM CELL MARKER FOR GLIOBLASTOMA

GENE-51. DNA DEMETHYLATION ARE LINKED WITH HIGH EXPRESSION OF STEM CELL-MARKERS IN DIFFUSE GLIOMAS

Common chromosomal imbalances and stemness-related protein expression markers in endometriotic lesions from different anatomical sites: the potential role of stem cells

Gene Expression Profiling of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Identification of Novel Markers in Early- and Late-Stage Cell Culture

hDlk-1: a cell surface marker common to normal hepatic stem/progenitor cells and carcinomas

Establishment and characterization of 13 human colorectal carcinoma cell lines: mutations of genes and expressions of drug-sensitivity genes and cancer stem cell markers

Co-expression of two perivascular cell markers isolates mesenchymal stem-like cells from human endometrium

Wilms tumor cells with WT1 mutations have characteristic features of mesenchymal stem cells and express molecular markers of paraxial mesoderm

High Level of Perforin Expression in T Cells: An Early Prognostic Marker of the Severity of Herpesvirus Reactivation after Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation in Adults

Co-expression of HGFR and CD133 cancer stem cell marker in subepithelial cells of chronically active ulcerative colitis

15 Evaluation of Expression of the Bmi-1 Stem Cell Marker in Sinonasal Melanomas and Its Correlation With the Expression of Cell Cycle Proteins

81Expression of stem cell and mesenchymal markers in circulating tumor cells is associated with poor prognosis of early breast cancer patients

Prognostic markers for survival after high-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem-cell transplantation for breast cancer

Discordant expression of molecular markers between primary and nodal metastases: a histopathological manifestation of the ‘self (stem cell)-seeding’ nature of breast cancer disease?

 

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Any molecule, especially one expressed at the cell surface, that is used to distinguish stem cells from other cells; e.g. CD34.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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