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Generation of humanized bone-marrow-like niche in immunodeficient mice

ČULEN, M. KOSAŘOVÁ, Z. SOKOL, F. CHOVANCOVÁ, J. DVOŘÁKOVÁ, D. VOJTOVÁ, L. RÁČIL, Z.

Original Title

Generation of humanized bone-marrow-like niche in immunodeficient mice

English Title

Generation of humanized bone-marrow-like niche in immunodeficient mice

Type

conference proceedings

Language

en

Original Abstract

Imunodeficient mice represent a standard in vivo model for study of different types of human leukemias. Not all leukemic cells, however, do engraft/proliferate after xenotransplantation to mice, which is supposedly caused by inter-species differences. This problem can be resolved by introducing a humanized microenvironment into the animal recipients, via sub-cutaneous implantation of a suitable biomaterial and human mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC).

English abstract

Imunodeficient mice represent a standard in vivo model for study of different types of human leukemias. Not all leukemic cells, however, do engraft/proliferate after xenotransplantation to mice, which is supposedly caused by inter-species differences. This problem can be resolved by introducing a humanized microenvironment into the animal recipients, via sub-cutaneous implantation of a suitable biomaterial and human mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC).

Keywords

bone-marrow, immunodeficient mice, collagen scaffold, mesenchymal stomal cells

Released

20.04.2017

Publisher

Symma s.r.o.

Location

Brno

Pages from

41

Pages to

41

Pages count

62

BibTex


@proceedings{BUT145082,
  author="Martin {Čulen} and Zdeňka {Kosařová} and Filip {Sokol} and Jana {Chovancová} and Dana {Dvořáková} and Lucy {Vojtová} and Zdeněk {Ráčil}",
  title="Generation of humanized bone-marrow-like niche in immunodeficient mice",
  annote="Imunodeficient mice represent a standard in vivo model for study of different types of human leukemias. Not all leukemic cells, however, do engraft/proliferate after xenotransplantation to mice, which is supposedly caused by inter-species differences. This problem can be resolved by introducing a humanized microenvironment into the animal recipients, via sub-cutaneous implantation of a suitable biomaterial and human mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC).",
  address="Symma s.r.o.",
  chapter="145082",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Symma s.r.o.",
  year="2017",
  month="april",
  pages="41--41",
  publisher="Symma s.r.o.",
  type="conference proceedings"
}