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12:29 PM | February 16, 2013
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In a study that came out today, a research team from the Johns Hopkins University and the Mossakowski Medical Research Centre in Warsaw has discovered that allogeneic neural stem cell transplants have a better chance to properly engraft if injected into the brain striatum instead of the forceps minor (FM) region. Specifically, all striatum grafts managed to graft and survive,unlike the FM ones that were all rejected.Full Story

Janowski, M., Engels, C., Gorelik, M., Lyczek, A., Bernard, S., Bulte, J. & Walczak, P. (2012). Survival of Neural Progenitors Allografted into the CNS of Immunocompetent Recipients is Highly Dependent on Transplantation Site, Cell Transplantation, DOI:

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