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    Чайковский Ю.Б., Геращенко С.Б., Дельцова Е.И.

    СТВОЛОВЫЕ КЛЕТКИ БОЛЬШИХ СЛЮННЫХ ЖЕЛЕЗ


    Об авторе: Чайковский Ю.Б., Геращенко С.Б., Дельцова Е.И.
    Рубрика ОБЗОРЫ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ
    Тип статьи Обзорная статья
    Аннотация Обзор литературы посвящен современным взглядам на возможности восстановления паренхимы и стромы больших слюнных желез с использованием стволовых клеток у взрослых. Из изученных источников литературы вытекает, что существуют возможности регенерации секреторных клеток ацинусов. Стволовые и клетки–предшественницы секреторных клеток больших слюнных желез локализуются во вставных выводных протоках, имеют собственные стволовые ниши и характеризуются особенностями их идентификации.
    Ключевые слова слюнные железы, регенерация, стволовые клетки
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    Публикация статьи «Мир Медицины и Биологии» №2(33), 2012 год, 200-203 страницы, код УДК 616.316+575.76+591.81