Study: Fat cells hold up blood formation in bone marrow

06/11/2009 | Reuters

U.S. researchers studying mice found that the fat cells in bone marrow appear to suppress the production of new blood cells. The finding suggests that experimental fat-blocking drugs, such as PPAR gamma antagonists, might help speed up the recovery of patients from bone marrow transplants, the study's leader said.

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