Multipotent human stromal cells isolated from cord blood, term placenta and adult bone marrow show distinct differences in gene expression pattern
Nicholas Matigian, Gary Brooke, Faten Zaibak, Tony Rossetti, Katarina Kollar, Rebecca Pelekanos, Celena Heazlewood, Alan Mackay-Sim, Christine A Wells, Kerry Atkinson
Genomics Data | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2015
The authors kindly acknowledge funding provided by the Australian Federal Government Department of Health and Ageing (AMS) and the Australian Research Council Special Research Initiative to Stem Cells Australia (CW). CW is the recipient of a Queensland Smart Futures Fellowship; NM is a recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript. Funding was also provided by the Australian Stem Cell Centre, The Heart Foundation, The Mater Foundation and Inner Wheel Australia. CH and KK were recipients of PhD scholarships from The University of Queensland and the Queensland University of Technology respectively. The authors would also like to thank Robert Williamson for his enthusiastic support of this study.