Molecule shields leukemia stem cells, researchers say

07/24/2009 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

U.S. researchers found that a molecule, CD47, seems to keep leukemia stem cells from being detected by the immune system by attaching to a molecule on the surface of macrophages, which find and engulf diseased cells. The data suggest the molecule could be a predictor and target for leukemia drugs.

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