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Autor     Ariff Bongso, Eng Hin Lee
Titel    Stem Cells: Their Definition, Classification and Sources
Sammlung    Stem cells: from bench to bedside
Herausgeber    Ariff Bongso, Eng Hin Lee
Ort    Singapore
Verlag    World Scientific
Jahr    2005
Seiten    1-13

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Fußnoten    yes
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The best example of a stem cell is the bone marrow stem cell that is unspecialized and able to specialize into blood cells, such as white blood cells and red blood cells, and these new cell types have special functions, such as being able to produce antibodies, act as scavengers to combat infection and transport gases. Basically, a stem cell remains uncommitted until it receives a signal to develop into a specialized cell. Stem cells serve as a repair system by being able to divide without limit to replenish other cells. The best example of a stem cell is the bone marrow stem cell that is unspecialized and able to specialize into blood cells, such as white blood cells and red blood cells, and these new cell types have special functions, such as being able to produce antibodies, act as scavengers to combat infection and transport gases. Thus one cell type stems from the other and hence the term “stem cell.” Basically, a stem cell remains uncommitted until it receives a signal to develop into a specialized cell. Stem cells have the remarkable properties of developing into a variety of cell types in the human body. They serve as a repair system by being able to divide without limit to replenish other cells.
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Today, stem cells have been isolated from preimplantation embryos, fetuses, adults and the umbilical cord and under certain conditions, these undifferentiated stem cells can be pluripotent (ability to give rise to cells from all three germ layers, viz. ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm) or multipotent (ability to give rise to a limited number of other specialized cell types). Today, stem cells have been isolated from preimplantation embryos, fetuses, adults and the umbilical cord and under certain conditions, these undifferentiated stem cells can be pluripotent (ability to give rise to cells from all three germ layers, viz. ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm) or multipotent (ability to give rise to a limited number of other specialized cell types).
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