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Vitamin D and Macrophages Drive Bone Marrow Disease

News   Feb 11, 2019 | Original Story from Kobe University.

 
Vitamin D and Macrophages Drive Bone Marrow Disease

Bone marrow of wild-type mice transplanted with JAK2V617F transgenic bone marrow (In the digitized photo the blue part shows fibrosis) (left column) the macrophages remain and the fibers are dyed black with argentation (right) when macrophages are removed the fibrotic parts are barely visible. Credit: Kobe University.

 
 
 

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