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    Chaіkovsky Yu.B., Geraschenko S.B., Deltsova О.I.

    SALIVARY GLAND’s STEM CELLS


    About the author: Chaіkovsky Yu.B., Geraschenko S.B., Deltsova О.I.
    Heading LITERATURE REVIEWS
    Type of article Обзорная статья
    Annotation The review of literature is devoted to modern views on possibilities of restoration of parenchyma and stroma in adults with the use of salivary gland stem cells. From the studied sources of literature follows, that exists possibility of regeneration of secretory cells in acinus. Salivary gland stem cells and cells- precursors are localized in the intercalated ducts, have their own stem niches and are characterized by specific features of identification.
    Tags salivary glands, regeneration, stem cells
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №2(33), 2012 year, 200-203 pages, index UDK 616.316+575.76+591.81