Caiyun Ma1, Hebao Wen1, Lu Li2, Gaofeng Liu1, Chunjing Wang1, Yu Guo1, Shiji Fang1, Hongyu Wang1* and Changqing Liu1*

...(OA), contains renewable cartilage stem/progenitor cells (CSPCs) to maintain the tissue homeostasis. Compared with other adult stem cells, the self-renewal capacity and preference for chondrogenesis of resident CSPCs have propelled their exciting therapeutic prospects for cartilage repair. Tibetan mastiff, the ancestor of large breed dogs worldwide, represents a valuable model for human diseases. To our knowledge, this is the first study to capture the emergen...

Xibin Liu1,2,3, Weijun Guan2,* and Dong Zheng1,*

...We isolated and cultured cartilage stem/progenitor cells (CPSCs) from the articular cartilage of 14-day-old Peking duck embryos using the fibronectin adhesion method. The morphology of CPSCs was observed under an inverted microscope. Based on the growth curve test, we found that the growth mode of the cells was “S” type growth. The clonogenic assay was performed to determine the clonogenic efficiency CPSCs. The expression of cell surface markers wa...

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

December

Vol. 54, Iss. 6, Pages 2501-3000

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