OVAL cells seen in stem cells of -

OVAL cells seen in stem cells of -

    1. Skin
    1. Cornea
    1. Liver
    1. Bone

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  • Stem cells are located in sites called niches. These include :
  • Epidermal stem cells located in the bulge area of the hair follicle serve as a stern cells for the hair follicle and the epidermis.
  • Intestinal stem cells are located at the base of a colon crypt, above Paneth cells.
  • Liver stem cells (commonly known as OVAL cells) are located in the canals of Hering , structures that connect bile ductules with parenchymal hepatocytes.
  • Corneal stem cells are located in the limbus region, between the conjunctiva and the cornea
  • The bone marrow contains hematopoietic stem cells as well as stromal cells capable of differentiation into various lineages.