Published in Blood Weekly, November 4th, 1996
Andrew Nicol and colleagues, University of Bristol Department of Transplantation Sciences, Bristol, United Kingdom, investigated cryopreserved normal bone marrow (NBM) stroma as a reliable source of swiftly available stromal cells for long-term hemopoietic cultures ("Cryopreserved Human Bone Marrow Stroma Is Fully Functional in vitro," British Journal of Haematology, 1996;94(2):258-265).
They noted that well described reports of cryopreserved stromal elements sustaining hemapoiesis for eight weeks or longer in...
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