Hematopoietic stem cell transplants aid mice with lupus

04/24/2007 | Pharmaceutical Business Review Online

Transplanting purified allogeneic blood-forming stem cells in mice with a condition that closely resembles human systemic lupus erythematosus can stabilize or even reverse the disease, according to a study by Cellerant Therapeutics. Researchers also noted that even with mismatched donors and recipients, grafting was successful and graft-versus-host disease was not a problem.

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