Distinct in vitro properties of embryonic and extraembryonic fibroblast-like cells are reflected in their in vivo behavior following grafting in the adult mouse brain.

Although intracerebral transplantation of various fibroblast(-like) cell populations has been shown feasible, little is known about the actual in vivo...
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