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Figure 6

From: Promyelocytic leukemia zinc-finger induction signs mesenchymal stem cell commitment: identification of a key marker for stemness maintenance?

Figure 6

C3-PLZF cell injection leads to cartilage and bone formation in an osteoarticular defect model in SCID mice. (a) A representative histologic section of the tibia of a SCID mouse that has received naïve C3 cells stained with Safranin O and Fast green. (b) Distribution of CM-DiI-labeled C3 shown by fluorescence microscopy as red fluorescent cells. (c) Collagen II-positive staining on tibia sections. (d) Histologic sections of tibias stained with Safranin O and Fast green. C3-PLZF cell injection leads to cartilage formation in an osteoarticular defect model in SCID mouse. (e) Distribution of CM-DiI-labeled C3-PLZF shown by fluorescence microscopy as red fluorescent cells. (f) Collagen II-positive staining on tibia sections.

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