Impact of stem cell transplantation location in brain a crucial factor for cell survival
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., and the Mossakowski Medical Research Centre in Warsaw, Poland, have found that nonself-donated cells better survive implantation into the brains of immunocompetent research mice when the grafts are injected into the striatum of the brain rather than injected into the forceps minor ... (more)
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“Been to Polakia...”
Since: Dec 08
#1 Feb 15, 2013
Frankenstein polak stylie!
Good idea, I'd say!
Just imagine one to be created, that is some human resemblance?
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