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Abstract #0928

The 1.28 Ppm Biomarker: Not Specific for Neural Progenitor Cells, But Also in the Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Differentiated Adipocytes Measured by NMR Spectroscopy

Zhi-Feng Xu1, Chong-Yang Shen2, Lin-Ping Wu2, Ye-Yu Xiao, Yao-Wen Chen, Ren-Hua Wu

1medical imging, the 2nd Affiliated Hospital, the Medical College of Shantou University, shantou, guangdong, China; 2Multidisciplinary Research Center of Shantou University, shantou, guangdong, China

Our study, we research the properties of the NMR spectroscopy of the human mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and non-stem cells (EC109), in order to demonstrate that whether the 1.28ppm is unique for the neural progenitor cells (NPCs). Meanwhile, we want to approach this biomarker changes with adipogenic differentiationand to study the relationship of the 1.28 ppm biomarker with mobile lipid droplets. In brief, we found that the 1.28ppm also resides in MSCs, and this biomarker increased remarkablely after 2 weeks adipogenic differentiation. In addition, this biomarker is not just due to the lipid droplets in the cytoplasm. as the previous studies advanced.