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  • adj. Common misspelling of hematopoietic.

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  • "While we now can make almost all types of blood cells from embryonic and adult pluripotent stem cells, the next major challenge is to produce blood stem cells (called hematopoetic stem cells) that might be used in a bone marrow transplant," study leader Igor Slukvin, an assistant professor in the department of pathology and laboratory medicine, said in a university news release. cancer, but more than one-third of patients can't find a well-matched bone immune system.

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  • They also interview first time ISEF finalist Chang Liu about her research on hematopoetic stem cells.

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  • "Our results demonstrate that quiescence is a double-edged sword, protecting hematopoetic stem cells from cellular stress but rendering them intrinsically vulnerable to mutagenesis following DNA damage," said senior author Emmanuelle Passegue.

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  • "Our results demonstrate that quiescence is a double-edged sword, protecting hematopoetic stem cells from cellular stress but rendering them intrinsically vulnerable to mutagenesis following DNA damage," says senior author Emmanuelle PasseguĂ©, PhD, associate professor of medicine (division of hematology/oncology) and a member of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of

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  • DNA repair genomic instability adult stem blood stem cells adult stem cell Stem cell innovation hematopoetic stem cells cell type

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  • Passweg JR, Stern M, Koehl U, Uharek L, Tichelli A (2005) Use of natural killer cells in hematopoetic stem cell transplantation.

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  • Biologists at UC San Diego have located the origin of blood stem cells, or hematopoetic cells, in the zebra fish embryo.

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  • Such error prone repair can result in chromosomal deletions, insertions or translocations and subsequent genomic instability that can contribute to hematopoetic abnormalities.

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  • Sui has used the added data showing that GATA1 activated itself, and PU1 activates itself, to show that this little hematopoetic stem cell is actually tristable, with the chosen steady state red cell vs white cell choices made, and a "metastable state" with GATA1 and PU1 both partially active: We think this metastable state is the stem cell states.

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  • Here is a brief summary of my case: My and your blood cells derive from adult hematopoetic

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