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Squishing Blood Stem Cells Could Facilitate Harvest for Transplants

News   Mar 25, 2019 | Original story from Emory University

 
Squishing Blood Stem Cells Could Facilitate Harvest for Transplants

Red shows a hematopoetic or blood-forming stem cell (HSC), separated from an endothelial niche (EC). In Ptpn21-mutant mice, blood-forming stem cells are more distant from their niches, apparently because of their deformability. Image credit: Emory University

 
 
 

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