Research Article| Volume 18, ISSUE 4, P621-625, December 1997

Current concepts and recent advances

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      Allogeneic haemopoietic stem cells, as alternative to bone marrow transplantation and platelet therapy remains the focus of the current area of research/development in transfusion science/medicine. This brief progress report on “Stem Cells: What's Happening?” is focused on the advances and some unresolved problems associated with cellular therapy and haemopoietic progenitor cells from various sources.
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