DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-263X.2008.00964.x

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Blackwell Publishing LtdDental pulp stem cells: what, where, how?
Dental pulp stem cells

ALASTAIR J.SLOAN & RACHEL J. WADDINGTON
Mineralised Tissue Research Group, TissueEngineering and Regenerative Dentistry, School of Dentistry Cardiff University, UKInternational Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2009; 19: 61–70

Introduction. Itis now accepted that progenitor/ stem cells reside within the post-natal dentalpulp. Studies have identified several niches of multipotent mesenchymalprogenitor cells, known as dental pulp stem cells, which have a high proliferativepotential for self-renewal. These progenitor stem cells are now recognized as beingvital to the dentine regeneration process following injury. Understanding the [continua]

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