Partial De-differentiation Converts Skin Cells into Blood Vessel Cells

News   Apr 11, 2017 | Original story from the University of Illinois at Chicago

 
Partial De-differentiation Converts Skin Cells into Blood Vessel Cells

Mouse heart section showing human progenitor cells that formed functional human blood vessels. Purple color signifies human blood vessels, red staining signifies the blood vessels of the mouse that received the human cell implants. Credit: UIC

 
 
 

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