E-TABM-880 - Transcription profiling by array of differences between multipotent stromal cells isolated from human bone marrow, umbilical cord blood and placenta
Released on 26 November 2014, last updated on 22 August 2016
Unrestricted somatic stem cells (USSCs) from human cord blood show distinct differences to multipotent stromal cells isolated from human bone marrow and placenta both at the gene array and functional level. Fibroblast samples and raw data also included in E-TABM-724.
transcription profiling by array, cell type comparison, disease state
Multipotent human stromal cells isolated from cord blood, term placenta and adult bone marrow show distinct differences in gene expression pattern. Nicholas Matigian , Gary Brooke, Faten Zaibak, Tony Rossetti, Katarina Kollar, Rebecca Pelekanos, Celena Heazlewood, Alan Mackay-Sim, Christine A. Wells and Kerry Atkinson. (2014)
Multipotent human stromal cells isolated from cord blood, term placenta and adult bone marrow show distinct differences in gene expression pattern. Matigian N, Brooke G, Zaibak F, Rossetti T, Kollar K, Pelekanos R, Heazlewood C, Mackay-Sim A, Wells CA, Atkinson K. :70-74 (2015), Europe PMC 26484151