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DECEMBER 15, 2008
  Newly Discovered Esophagus Stem Cells Grow Into Transplantable Tissue, Penn Study Finds
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Mouse esophagus stem cells have the capacity to contribute to the repair of esophageal epithelium after induction of injury. Red areas are the injected stem cells that have migrated to the injured sites along the lining and further differentiated. Blue areas are cell nuclei.

Credit: Anil Rustgi, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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Mouse esophagus stem cells have the capacity to contribute to the repair of esophageal epithelium after induction of injury. Red areas are the injected stem cells that have migrated to the injured sites along the lining and further differentiated. Blue areas are cell nuclei. Credit: Anil Rustgi, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
 


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