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Figure 2: Light microscopic observation: Cultured stromal cells began to crawl from the cell pellet at the 3rd day (x100) (a). Cultured stromal cells at the 1st generation grew rapidly from the cell pellet, which required subculture (x100) (b). The cultured cells showed vigorous growth status and presented as polygons or trigons with significant heterogeneity at the 5th generation (x200) (c). Stromal cells kept proliferating at the 7th generation, presented as polygons with cell protrusions reflecting stronger extensibility and crawling capability (x200) (d)

Figure 2: Light microscopic observation: Cultured stromal cells began to crawl from the cell pellet at the 3rd day (x100) (a). Cultured stromal cells at the 1st generation grew rapidly from the cell pellet, which required subculture (x100) (b). The cultured cells showed vigorous growth status and presented as polygons or trigons with significant heterogeneity at the 5th generation (x200) (c). Stromal cells kept proliferating at the 7<sup>th</sup> generation, presented as polygons with cell protrusions reflecting stronger extensibility and crawling capability (x200) (d)