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245 00 Stem cells handbook /|cedited by Stewart Sell. 
260    Totowa, N.J. :|bHumana Press,|c©2004. 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 509 pages) :|billustrations (some
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tStem cells : what are they? where do they come from? why
       are they here? when do they go wrong? where are they 
       going? /|rStewart Sell --|tStem cells from early mammalian
       embryos: common themes and significant differences /
       |rVirginia E. Papaioannou and Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis 
       --|tEmbryonic stem cells: isolation and application of 
       pluripotent cells from the pregastrulation mammalian 
       embryo /|rJoy Rathjen and Peter David Rathjen --|tFrom 
       stem cells to functional tissue architecture: what are the
       signals and how are they processed? /|rSui Huang and 
       Donald E. Ingber --|tGermline stem cells /|rHaifan Lin --
       |tStem cells and cloning /|rIan Wilmut and Lesley Ann 
       Paterson --|tGenomic imprinting in mouse embryonic stem 
       and germ cells /|rJeffrey R. Mann and Piroska E. Szabo 
       Stem cells in amphibian regeneration /|rDavid L. Stocum --
       |tStem cells in dermal wound healing /|rWilliam J. 
       Lindblad --|tBone marrow mesenchymal stem cells /|rJames 
       E. Dennis and Arnold L. Caplan --|tNormal and leukemic 
       hematopoietic stem cells and lineages /|rErnest A. 
       McCulloch Developmental origin of murine hematopoietic 
       stem cells /|rLorraine Robb and Kyunghee Choi --|tstromal 
       support of hematopoiesis /|rPierre Charbord --
       |tHematopoietic stem cells: identification, 
       characterization, and assays /|rIan Ponting, Yi Zhao and 
       W. French Anderson --|tHematopoietic stem cells in 
       leukemia and lymphoma /|rStephen M. Baird --|tNeurons, 
       stem cells, and potential therapies /|rFiona C. Mansergh, 
       Michael A. Wride, and Derrick E. Rancourt --|tNeural stem 
       cells: from in vivo to in vitro and back again-practical 
       aspects /|rMichael A. Marconi [and others] --|tMolecular 
       genetic approaches in the study of retinal progenitor 
       cells and stem cells /|rTill Marquardt and Peter Gruss --
       |tEndothelial progenitor cells /|rTakayuki Asahara and 
       Jeffrey M. Isner --|tDevelopment of the cardiovascular 
       system in embryoid bodies derived from embryonic stem 
       cells /|rHeinrich Sauer [and others] --|tTranscription 
       factors, growth factors, and signal cascades capable of 
       priming cardiogenesis /|rAgapios Sachinidis [and others] -
       -|tStrategies using cell therapy to induce cardiomyocyte 
       regeneration in adults with heart disease /|rSilviu Itescu
       --|tGeneration and stem cell repair of cardiac tissues /
       |rKathyjo A. Jackson and Margaret A. Goodell --|tStem 
       cells in kidney morphogenesis /|rEmma M.A. Ball and Gail 
       P. Risbridger --|tnephroblastoma : a metanephric 
       caricature /|rAlan 0. Perantoni --|tStem cells in 
       nonmelanoma skin cancer /|rWendy C. Weinberg and Stuart H.
       Yuspa --|tThe stem cell plasticity of aggressive melanoma 
       tumor cells /|rMary J.C. Hendrix [and others] --|tStem 
       cells in glandular organs /|rKarin Williams and Simon W. 
       Hayward --|tGastrointestinal stem cells: proliferation 
       kinetics and differentiation hierarchies /|rSherif M. 
       Karam --|tStem cell origin of cell lineages, proliferative
       units, and cancer in the gastrointestinal tract /|rMairi 
       Brittan and Nicholas A. Wright --|tspecification of liver 
       from embryonic endoderm /|rHideyuki Yoshitomi and Kenneth 
       S. Zaret --|tAnimal models for assessing the contribution 
       of stem cells to liver development /|rDouglas C. Hixson --
       |tNormal liver progenitor cells in culture /|rKatherine S.
       Koch and Hyam L. Leffert --|tPermanent lines of stem cells
       from the liver /|rHelene Strick-Marchand and Mary C. Weiss
       --|tBiology of human liver stem cells /|rAlastair J. 
       Strain, Sarbjit S. Nijjar, and Heather A. Crosby --
       |tTransplantation of hepatic stem cells and potential 
       applications for cell therapy /|rSanjeev Gupta and Jae-Jin
       Cho --|tPlasticity of adult-derived pancreatic stem cells 
       /|rAmmon B. Peck and Vijayakumar K. Ramiya --|tIslet cells
       /|rLuc Bouwens --|tMammary epithelial stem cells /
       |rGilbert H. Smith /|rMorphogenesis of prostate cancer /
       |rHelmut Bonkhoff --|tStem cells in lung morphogenesis, 
       regeneration, and carcinogenesis /|rAnk A.W. ten Have-
       Opbroek, Scott H. Randell, and Barry R. Stripp --
       |tNoninvasive imaging in stem cell therapies : current 
       state and future perspectives /|rJuri Gelovani --|twhat is
       the future for stem cell research? : whether entity or 
       function? /|rRegis Doyonnas and Helen M. Blau. 
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520    After decades of intense experimental work by a number of 
       different investigators, it is now clearly recognized that
       the ability of stem cells to give rise to broad variety of
       differentiated cell types is critical not only to the 
       emergence of new and more effective treatments for human 
       diseases, but also to understanding the pathogenesis of 
       congenital abnormalities and cancer. In Stem Cells 
       Handbook, leading scientists in the field survey the 
       "state-of-the-science" of stem cell biology, explaining 
       the origin of stem cells, and describing how they function,
       how they can cause illness, and how they might be employed
       to cure or ameliorate disease. In particular, the authors 
       discuss the roles of stem cells in development and 
       organogenesis, in normal tissue turnover, in the repair 
       response to injury, and in carcinogenesis. They also 
       explain how to obtain stem cells from different organs, 
       culture them in vitro, and manipulate them for therapeutic
       use. The book highlights the promise of using embryonic 
       and adult tissue stem cells in both animal models and 
       human diseases for the replacement of damaged tissue, for 
       the treatment of cancer, for cell replacement, and for 
       gene therapy treatments of genetic and metabolic diseases.
       Comprehensive and authoritative, Stem Cells Handbook not 
       only critically reviews and summarizes the diverse studies
       now being carried out on this highly promising class of 
       cells, but also constitutes every investigator's gold-
       standard reference on stem cell biology and medicine 
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