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A planarian p53 homolog regulates proliferation and self-renewal in adult stem cell lineages.Academic Article Why?
Isolation of multipotent adult stem cells from the dermis of mammalian skin.Academic Article Why?
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An opposite effect of the CDK inhibitor, p18(INK4c) on embryonic stem cells compared with tumor and adult stem cells.Academic Article Why?
Planarian yorkie/YAP functions to integrate adult stem cell proliferation, organ homeostasis and maintenance of axial patterning.Academic Article Why?
Developmental Emergence of Adult Neural Stem Cells as Revealed by Single-Cell Transcriptional Profiling.Academic Article Why?
Interleukin-6 Regulates Adult Neural Stem Cell Numbers during Normal and Abnormal Post-natal Development.Academic Article Why?
Metformin Acts on Two Different Molecular Pathways to Enhance Adult Neural Precursor Proliferation/Self-Renewal and Differentiation.Academic Article Why?
NOBEL 2012 Physiology or medicine: Mature cells can be rejuvenated.Academic Article Why?
p63 Regulates adult neural precursor and newly born neuron survival to control hippocampal-dependent Behavior.Academic Article Why?
Planarian EGF repeat-containing genes megf6 and hemicentin are required to restrict the stem cell compartment.Academic Article Why?
Reprogramming to pluripotency: from frogs to stem cells.Academic Article Why?
SKPs derive from hair follicle precursors and exhibit properties of adult dermal stem cells.Academic Article Why?
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