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Volume 93, Number 2, June 2010

Biology and applications of mesenchymal stem cells
pp. 113-127(15)
Authors: Chagastelles, Pedro Cesar; Nardi, Nance Beyer; Camassola, Melissa


Mesenchymal stem cells as a platform for gene therapy protocols
pp. 129-140(12)
Authors: Dalberto, Tiago Pires; Nardi, Nance Beyer; Camassola, Melissa


Organ transplantation has come of age
pp. 141-150(10)
Author: Calne, Roy Y.


Development and regeneration of projection neuron subtypes of the cerebral cortex
pp. 151-169(19)
Authors: Tomassy, Giulio Srubek; Lodato, Simona; Trayes-Gibson, Zachary; Arlotta, Paola


Natural products from the hallucinogenic sage
pp. 171-180(10)
Author: Hanson, James R.


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