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Figure 1: Characterization of the ADSCs and MTs. (a) Microscopy showing 10 000 ADSCs in a hanging drop gradually formed a stable spheroid with smooth edge and round shape. (b) The diameter of MTs was 253.67 ± 14.63 μm at 24 h, 191.90 ± 7.63 μm at 48 h, 175.12 ± 5.52 μm at 72 h, 165.66 ± 4.42 μm at 96 h, and 154.88 ± 4.15 μm at 120 h. Insert bar = 100 μm. (c) ADSCs and MTs were labeled with CM-Dil. MTs did not express CD31 and CD34 but expressed CD105, vWF, VEGF, NGF, and TSG-6. Original magnification: ×200. (d) Photomicrographs showing osteogenic (Alizarin Red staining) and adipogenic (Oil Red O staining) differentiations of ADSCs and MTs. Insert bar = 50 μm.

Figure 1: Characterization of the ADSCs and MTs. (a) Microscopy showing 10 000 ADSCs in a hanging drop gradually formed a stable spheroid with smooth edge and round shape. (b) The diameter of MTs was 253.67 ± 14.63 μm at 24 h, 191.90 ± 7.63 μm at 48 h, 175.12 ± 5.52 μm at 72 h, 165.66 ± 4.42 μm at 96 h, and 154.88 ± 4.15 μm at 120 h. Insert bar = 100 μm. (c) ADSCs and MTs were labeled with CM-Dil. MTs did not express CD31 and CD34 but expressed CD105, vWF, VEGF, NGF, and TSG-6. Original magnification: ×200. (d) Photomicrographs showing osteogenic (Alizarin Red staining) and adipogenic (Oil Red O staining) differentiations of ADSCs and MTs. Insert bar = 50 μm.