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Drivers of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Aging with Jennifer Trowbridge – Sanford Stem Cell Symposium



How can we improve the number of years we can live healthy lives? Jennifer Trowbridge, PhD, shares her recent work looking at hematopoietic stem cell aging. [Show ID: 37590]

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4 thoughts on “Drivers of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Aging with Jennifer Trowbridge – Sanford Stem Cell Symposium
  1. Fantastic talk…since people with mutations in igf 1 pathways Ex: Laron syndrome they have very low rates of cancer an d diabetes… Do they are at increased risk of Bonne marrow ageing and AML?

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