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SC-12-0107_sm_Supplfigure1.pdf297KFigure S1 - Characterization of UCB-ECFC (A) Phase contrast light microscopy of endothelial progenitor cells demonstrated typical cobblestone morphology of endothelial cells. (B) ECFC differentiated and formed networks when plated on Matrigel ® Immunostaining demonstrated expression of (C) acLDL uptake (red), (D) CD31, (E) von Willebrand Factor, (F) VE Cadherin, indicating endothelial phenotype and function. Cell nuclei were counterstained with Propidium Iodide (red) and DAPI (blue) accordingly.
SC-12-0107_sm_Supplfigure2.pdf368KFigure S2 - Immunophenotypic characterization of hfMSC using flow cytometry showed high expression of MSC markers such as (A-C) CD73, CD90, CD105 and did not express hematopoietic and endothelial markers such as (D-F) CD14, CD34 and CD45.

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