Scientists produce testes-derived stem cells

09/19/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Using a novel cell surface marker called GPR125, a team of U.S. researchers was able to harvest and reprogram spermatogonial stem and progenitor cells from adult mouse testes. They found that specialized GPR125-positive spermatogonial cells have the ability to form new tissues such as functional blood vessels, brain cells and cardiac tissue.

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