Novel Strategies of Regenerative Medicine Using Chemical Compounds
Keywords: APC; Alzheimer's disease; Angelotti; Ballerini; BayK8644; BrdUlabeled; Conophylline; Crosstalk Among Wnt; Cyclopamine; DAPT; DAPT treatment; ERK Signal Transduction Pathways; Frizzled activates; GDC-0449; Hedgehog (Hh); Hedgehog Signal Transduction Pathway; Hh; MEK inhibitor; Notch; Notch transmembrane; OSKM; P. Romagnani; Purmorphamine; Ras; Regenerative Medicine; Runx2 expression; SAHA; SOMATIC CELLS; Sagrinati; Smoothened; Stem cell; TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS; Wnt; a cardiovascular; adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) complex; adipogenic; adult subventricular zone; cardiomyocytes; clonogenicity; deoxojervine; dibenzazepine; downregulation of MEF-specific genes; endogenous regeneration; epidermal; generate teratomas; genetic aberrations; glucagon; hemodynamic overload; iPS cells; iPSC; iPSC generation; megakariocyte recovery; metalloproteinases; microenvironment; molecule guanosine triphosphate (GTP); myelogenous leukemia; neocortical development; neuronal progenitors; osteogenic; oxovanadium(IV); pluripotent state; proliferating myoblasts; proliferating progeny; proliferation; proliferator-activated; proteolytic degradation; ubiquitination; undergo cardiomyogenic
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-12-01
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