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Mesenchymal stem cells grown under chronic hypoxia traffic to regions of myocardial infarction, suppress splenic natural killer cells, and attenuate adverse remodeling in mice with large acute MI

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Assistant Professor Michael Lipinski

Washington Hospital Centre, Washington, DC (United States of America)
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Stem cells and cell therapy

Speakers: Assistant Professor M. Lipinski, Doctor G. Peinkofer, Doctor Y. Kuroda, Miss P. Dixit, Assistant Professor R. Madonna...

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ESC Congress 2016

27 August - 31 August 2016

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