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Symposium A: Stem Cells

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S-A-1 Human Umbilical Cord Cells Express Neural Markers After Transplantation Into Subventricular Zone of the Developing Rat Brain T. Zigova, S. Song, M. B. Newman, A. E. Willing, J. Sanchez-Ramos, and P. R. Sanberg

S-A-2 Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Differentiation into Cell Types for Transplantation Applications Jane Lebkowski, Joseph Gold, Choy-Pik Chiu, Chunhui Xu, Margaret Inokuma, Mohammad Hassanipour, Jerrod Denham, Alejandra Piderit, Elen Rosler, Kathaleen Golds, and Melissa Carpenter

S-A-3 Transplantation of Genetically Engineered Muscle Stem Cells to Induce Bone Formation and Improve Bone Healing Hairong Peng, Vonda Wright, Arvydas Usas, Brian Gearhart, Jim Cummins, and Johnny Huard

S-A-4 Retroviral Transduction of Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells With hTERT For Tissue Engineering Naoya Kobayashi, Tomoko Matsumoto, Toshinori Totsugawa, Hirofumi Noguchi, Toshihisa Matsumura, Takamasa Watanabe, Masanobu Maruyama, Noriaki Tanaka, Karen A. Westerman, and Philippe Leboulch
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Publication date: 01 June 2001

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