Fibroblasts derived from human embryonic stem cells direct development and repair of 3D human skin equivalents.Shamis, Yulia.
Hewitt, Kyle J.
Carlson, Mark W.
Kuo, Catherine K.
Garlick, Jonathan A.
Introduction: Pluripotent, human stem cells hold tremendous promise as a source of progenitor and terminally differentiated cells for application in future regenerative therapies. However, such therapies will be dependent upon the development of novel approaches that can best assess tissue outcomes of pluripotent stem cell-derived cells a... read more
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- Shamis, Yulia, Kyle J. Hewitt, Mark W. Carlson, Mariam Margvelashvilli, Shumin Dong, Catherine K. Kuo, Laurence Daheron, Christophe Egles, and Jonathan A. Garlick. "Fibroblasts derived from human embryonic stem cells direct development and repair of 3D human skin equivalents." Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2, no. 6 (2, 2011): 1-12.