Published in Blood Weekly, September 4th, 2003
Professor Tsvee Lapidot and Dr. Orit Kollet of the Weizmann Institute's immunology department have found how the liver, when damaged, sends a cry for help to these stem cells. "When the liver becomes damaged, it signals to stem cells in the bone marrow, which rush to it and help in its repair - as...
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