Effects of hydroxyapatite scaffold on the osteodifferentiation of subcultured human mesenchymal stem cells
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Master of Arts major in History (Option II: Non-Thesis)
To increase the number of mesenchymal stem cells obtained from human bone marrow for potential therapy, subculturing or passaging is conducted in vitro. However, this usually lowers the potential of the cells to proliferate and to differentiate into bone.
MARIA CECILIA, D.
(2014). Effects of hydroxyapatite scaffold on the osteodifferentiation of subcultured human mesenchymal stem cells. Ateneo de Manila University.