Human periodontal ligament stem cells with distinct osteogenic potentials induce bone formation in rat calvaria defects. Supplementary data
Figure S1. Unlabeled periodontal ligament stem cells with low osteogenic potential (LP-PDLSCs) injected in calvarial bone defects 4 weeks (4 wks) post-treatment. The low intensity of red areas indicates the absence of PDLSC autofluorescence and confirms the presence of labeled PDLSCs in the calvarial bone defects shown in Figure 2. Scale bar = 50 µm.
Table S1. Primer sequences for real-time PCR
Table S2. Detection of human DNA in organs (average Ct ± standard deviation) of rats that received a local injection of periodontal ligament stem cells (PDLSCs) with high (HP-PDLS) and low (LP-PDLSCs) osteogenic potential and of phosphate buffered saline (PBS) in calvarial defects, 4 weeks post-injection