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Stem Cells and Development

Title Abbreviation
Stem Cells Dev
Electronic ISSN
Cell Biologists, Clinical Engineers, Cytologists, Hematologists, Molecular Biologists, Researchers, Transplant Surgeons
Stem Cells and Development is globally recognized as the trusted source for critical, even controversial coverage of emerging hypotheses and novel findings. With a focus on stem cells of all tissue types and their potential therapeutic applications, the Journal provides clinical, basic, and translational scientists with cutting-edge research and findings. Stem Cells and Development coverage includes: Embryogenesis and adult counterparts of this process; Physical processes linking stem cells, primary cell function, and structural development; Hypotheses exploring the relationship between genotype and phenotype; Development of vasculature, CNS, and other germ layer development and defects; Pluripotentiality of embryonic and somatic stem cells; The role of genetic and epigenetic factors in development.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Federation of Adipose Therapeutics and Science (IFATS)
Publisher Name
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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