Yıl 2016, Cilt 2, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 107 - 119 2016-08-20

Balık Kök Hücreleri: Sınıflandırma, Kaynakları, Karakteristik Özellikleri ve Uygulama Alanları
Fish Stem Cells: Classification, Resources, Characteristics and Application Areas

Şehriban ÇEK [1] , Mei SHANG [2] , Dayan A. PERERA [3] , Baofeng SU [4] , Rex A. DUNHAM [5]

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Kök hücreler farklılaşmamış hücre sınıfından, kendilerini yenileyebilme özelliğine sahip, özelleşmiş hücrelere farklılaşabilen hücrelerdir. Balıklarda ilk kök hücre çalışmaları 1992 yılında zebra balığı ile başlamıştır. Bu derlemede balık kök hücrelerin sınıflandırılması, kaynakları, önemleri, karakteristik özellikleri ve uygulama alanlarına değinilmiştir.

Stem cells are a class of undifferentiated cells, have the potential for self-renewal that can differ to the specialized cells. First studies on stem cells in fish started with zebra fish in 1992. In this review, classification, resources, vital importance, characteristics and application areas of fish stem cell were clarified.

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Yazar: Şehriban ÇEK

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Yazar: Dayan A. PERERA

Yazar: Baofeng SU

Yazar: Rex A. DUNHAM

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APA ÇEK, Ş , SHANG, M , PERERA, D , SU, B , DUNHAM, R . (2016). Fish Stem Cells: Classification, Resources, Characteristics and Application Areas. Journal of Limnology and Freshwater Fisheries Research, 2 (2), 107-119. DOI: 10.17216/LimnoFish-5000182817
MLA ÇEK, Ş , SHANG, M , PERERA, D , SU, B , DUNHAM, R . "Fish Stem Cells: Classification, Resources, Characteristics and Application Areas". Journal of Limnology and Freshwater Fisheries Research 2 (2016): 107-119 <http://www.limnofish.org/issue/24651/260748>
Chicago ÇEK, Ş , SHANG, M , PERERA, D , SU, B , DUNHAM, R . "Fish Stem Cells: Classification, Resources, Characteristics and Application Areas". Journal of Limnology and Freshwater Fisheries Research 2 (2016): 107-119
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ISNAD ÇEK, Şehriban , SHANG, Mei , PERERA, Dayan A. , SU, Baofeng , DUNHAM, Rex A. . "Balık Kök Hücreleri: Sınıflandırma, Kaynakları, Karakteristik Özellikleri ve Uygulama Alanları". Journal of Limnology and Freshwater Fisheries Research 2 / 2 (Ağustos 2016): 107-119. http://dx.doi.org/10.17216/LimnoFish-5000182817