DAVID GRANOVSKY

Neighborly Care Keeps Stem Cells Young

In SCIENCE & STEM CELLS on October 8, 2009 at 5:25 pm

An immunofluorescence image of the tip of the Drosophila testis, showing male germline stem cells and their daughters (green) responding to self renewal signals from the stem cell niche. Somatic stem cells, known as cyst progenitor cells, and differentiating cyst cells are labeled in red. (Credit: Dr. Monica Boyle)

via Neighborly Care Keeps Stem Cells Young.

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