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  • Cultured mouse horizontal basal cells (HBCs) maintain potency as stem cells and are activated by treatment with retinoic acid. Activated HBCs differentiate into neurons (red markers) and non-neuronal supporting cells (gold markers) of the olfactory epithelium.  Undifferentiated reserve stem cells stain green.
    Jim Schwob/Tufts University in Stem Cell Reports
    Cultured mouse horizontal basal cells (HBCs) maintain potency as stem cells and are activated by treatment with retinoic acid. Activated HBCs differentiate into neurons (red markers) and non-neuronal supporting cells (gold markers) of the olfactory epithelium. Undifferentiated reserve stem cells stain green.
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