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C. Cowan K. Hochedlinger G.Q. Daley 2008 Disease-specific induced pluripotent stem cells

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References [1]. D. J. Prockop 1997 Marrow stromal cells as stem cells for nonhemopoetic tissues Science 276 71 – 75 . [2]. R. S. Tuan G. Boland R. Tuli 2003 Adult mesenchymal stem cells and cell based tissue

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. 2008 148 164 171 Cao Y, Sun Z, Liao L, Meng Y, Han Q, Zhao RC: Human adipose tissue-derived stem cells differentiate

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. 2002 18 921 928 Serakinci, N., Keith, W. N.: Therapeutic potential of adult stem cells. Eur. J. Cancer

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Judit Kiss, Veronika Urbán S., Valéria Dudics, Virág Vas, and Ferenc Uher

Friedenstein, A. J., Chailakhyan, R. K., Gerasimov, U. V.: Bone marrow osteogenic stem cells: in vitro cultivation and transplantation in diffusion chambers. Cell Tissue Kinet., 1987, 20 , 263

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The descriptions of Erzya 1 morphophonology deal with harmony only in suffixation. There is no research made on harmony inside stems. If grammars mention stem-internal harmony Keresztes (1990 , 37), they just state that there are both harmonic

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The morphological analysis of Hungarian in the early period of grammatical work was based on three interlaced traditions: Classical Graeco-Roman, Hebrew and German. These were applied to languages that were structurally very much unlike Hungarian. The evolution of morphological analysis was therefore a relatively slow and complicated process, whose milestones discussed in this paper, the four earliest grammars of Hungarian, all represent different stages of development. The grammar by Pál Pereszlényi, which is analysed in some detail here, surpasses the earlier grammars in its acumen on at least three counts: the same set of analytical terms is applied in the description of nominal and verbal morphology; the notions of bound stem and relative stem are clearly recognised; a distinction is made between stems as morphological constituents and word forms serving as starting points of paradigms.

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Krisztina Nagy, Orsolya Láng, Júlia Láng, Katalin Perczel-Kovách, Szabolcs Gyulai-Gaál, Kristóf Kádár, László Kőhidai, and Gábor Varga

Introduction Dental stem cell (SC)-based therapies could provide new opportunities in the field of regenerative medicine. The fact that SCs exist in periodontal tissues became evident in 2004 when Seo et al. [ 1 ] first

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Beres, B.L., Carcamo, H.A., Byers, J.R. 2007. Effect of wheat stem sawfly damage on yield and quality of selected Canadian spring wheat. J. Econ. Entomol. 100 :79

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Hipp, J., Atala, A.: Sources of stem cells for regenerative medicine. Stem Cell. Rev., 2008, 4 , 3–11. Atala A. Sources of stem cells for regenerative medicine

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