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Fig. 2 | Stem Cell Research & Therapy

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From: Transplantation of Isl1+ cardiac progenitor cells in small intestinal submucosa improves infarcted heart function

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Isl1+ CPCs differentiate into CMs and endothelial cells after seeding into SIS-ECM. a, c Isl1+ CPC-derived CMs (α-actinin-positive and cTnT-positive) in culture obtained by fluorescence microscopy. b, d Isl1+ CPC-derived CMs (α-actinin-positive and cTnT-positive) in SIS-ECM obtained by fluorescence microscopy. e Isl1+ CPC-derived endothelial cells (CD31+) in culture obtained by fluorescence microscopy. f Isl1+ CPC-derived endothelial cells (CD31+) in SIS-ECM obtained by fluorescence microscopy. g Relative quantitative RNA expression of α-actinin, cTnT, and CD31 by CPC-derived CMs or endothelial cells growing in SIS-ECM compared to standard culture plates. SIS small intestinal submucosa

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