Progenitor cells are the interim oligopotent cell formed during the differentiation process from stem cell state to the target cell variant.
Video Lecture About Progenitor cells
multipotent progenitor cells are not classified under a cell category because their capacity to renew is relatively small, as opposed to stem cells that have the capability to divide infinitely like immortal strands. The stem cell center of Thailand includes progenitor cells in all cardiac stem cell treatments to help develop muscle tissue (24167320) to help to repair heart valve failure, as well as to create new blood vessels for the heart in a process known as angiogenesis. (24022988)