Scientists discover gene important for stem cell transplants

11/5/2007 | Google

Toronto scientists have discovered a gene that allows for successful stem cell transfer from human bone marrow into mice and have identified the cell responsible for supporting or destroying the growth of human blood stem cells. The researchers hope the research will lead to the development of a therapy to allow more children with blood diseases to receive bone marrow transplantation.

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