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The trafficking of stem cells is something unconsciously clear to any biologists (e.g., developmental biologists) and physicians (e.g., all those taking care of hematopoietic and bone diseases and traumas); neverthless it is a phenomenon coming out as a hot topic just in these last years. Likely, the difficulties to track stem cells migration in vivo and the understanding of the elusive homing signals matching the circulating stem cells properties that makes these cells to stop and to start multiplication and differentiation....
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