Researchers find way to multiply blood stem cells in the lab

04/17/2009 | CBC.ca (Canada)

Canadian researchers said they were able to produce a large number of blood cells in the laboratory by using 10 proteins naturally found in bone marrow stem cells to coax the stem cells to multiply. The technique may help prevent delays in bone marrow transplants and avoid transplant organ rejection, the researchers said.

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