Skin Stem Cells as an Object for Cryopreservation. 1. Skin Stem Reserve
Keywords:skin, stem cells, epithelium, derma, subcutaneous fat, melanocytes
The review contains the data on scope, properties and localization of resident stem/progenitor cells of skin. The emphasis is given to populations of epithelial and dermal stem cells (SCs), as well as of melanocyte and subcutaneous fat SCs. The cells represent a prospective object for cryobiological technologies and establishing low temperature banks for use in theoretical and experimental biology, general and personalized medicine, development of bioengineered equivalents of tissues and artificial organs.
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