A progenitor cell is a stem cell that is already partially differentiated. A stem cell can multiply an infinite number of times, but a progenitor cell can only multiply a certain number of times.


An overview of current stem cell practice relating to the knee and a hint of the future.

The Editor's interpretation of a 2011 book chapter published in the book 'Modern Arthroscopy'.



Tissue-Derived Stem and Progenitor Cells. Tesche LJ and Gerber DA. Stem Cells Int. 2010; 2010: 824876.

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