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Title Stem cell repair and regeneration. Vol. 2 / editors, Nagy A. Habib [and others].
Imprint London : Imperial College Press, 2007.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 286 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Hammersmith series ; 2.
Hammersmith series ; 2.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Stem cells.
Stem cells -- Research.
Stem cells -- Transplantation.
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc.
Contents Ch. 1. Defining progenitors based on their expression of aldehyde dehydrogenase / Robert W. Storms -- ch. 2. Fetal mesenchymal stem cells are more primitive than adult mesenchymal stem cells / Cecilia Gotherstrom, Pascale V. Guillot and Nicholas M. Fisk -- ch. 3. The immunoregulatory role of mesenchymal stem cells / Francesco Dazzi and Jennifer Timoshanko -- ch. 4. Understanding cell migration through the paradigm of T-lymphocyte homing / Vincenzo Mirenda and Federica M. Marelli-Berg -- ch. 5. Blueprint for the response of blood and bone marrow-derived stem cells and their progeny to hypoxia / Suzanne M. Watt [and others] -- ch. 6. The potential of stem cells in tissue engineering / Nicholas D. Evans and Julia M. Polak -- ch. 7. Joint tissue engineering / Cosimo De Bari, Costantino Pitzalis and Francesco Dell'Accio -- ch. 8. Adult stem cells as a treatment for liver diseases / Natasa Levicar -- ch. 9. The generation of pancreatic beta cells from stem cells : Intra- and extrapancreatic sources / Mairi Brittan [and others] -- ch. 10. Cytokines and stem cell differentiation into cardiomyocyte lineage cells / Ioannis Dimarakis -- ch. 11. Regulatory networks controlling neural stem cell self-renewal and differentiation / Yanhong Shi -- ch. 12. Demyelination as a therapeutic target in spinal cord injury / Jill R. Faulkner and Hans S. Keirstead -- ch. 13. Microchimeric foetal stem cells and non-invasive prenatal genetic diagnosis / Magued Adel Aziz Mikhail -- ch. 14. The role of stem cells in liver and gastrointestinal cancer / Malcolm R. Alison, Nicholas A. Wright and Simon Leedham -- ch. 15. Embryonic stem cells : Innovation in predictive toxicology / Gabriela Gebrin Cezar and Jessica Quam.
Summary This second book in the Stem Cell Repair and Regeneration series provides a deeper exploration of the therapeutic potential of undifferentiated human stem cells. Regenerative medicine is an extremely fast-moving field which is evolving from the initial days of hype and excitement to a more realistic appraisal of the role of stem cells in the treatment of degenerative disorders. The series aims to keep abreast of these changes by combining new knowledge in stem cell biology and therapeutic applications. The current volume contains papers by the field's leading scientists and explores the current knowledge on cell therapy for different diseases and injured organs, including diabetes, liver and heart disease.
Other Author Habib, Nagy A.