Stem Cells Tied to Vascular Calcification in Kidney Disease

09:35 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Medscape

Gli1-positive stem cells in the arterial adventitia are progenitors of vessel-healing vascular smooth muscle cells, but in kidney disease may become osteoblasts contributing to vascular calcification, researchers have found.
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