Hematology - Discovery of Blood Cancer Cells that show Plasma Cell-Like Differentiation
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 Changes in 3D genetic structure equally important as DNA code mutations in childhood leukemiaChanges in 3D genetic structure equally important as DNA code mutations in childhood leukemia
 
A study found that children with aggressive blood cancers have different superstructures of the proteins that control gene access.
 
   Discovery of Blood Cancer Cells that show Plasma Cell-Like DifferentiationDiscovery of Blood Cancer Cells that show Plasma Cell-Like Differentiation
 
Researchers have discovered the existence of myeloid neoplasms that can undergo plasmacytoid dendritic cell differentiation.
 
   How Camomile Could Prevent Neutropenia in Pediatric Leukemia PatientsHow Camomile Could Prevent Neutropenia in Pediatric Leukemia Patients
 
Research has found that chamomile syrup is a viable complementary therapy in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).
 
 What is Cerebrovascular Disease?
 
What is Cerebrovascular Disease?Cerebrovascular disease refers to a variety of medical conditions affecting the blood supply to the brain.
 
 
 Blood stem cells conserve epigenetic memory of previous infections to boost immunity
 
Blood stem cells conserve epigenetic memory of previous infections to boost immunityThese findings should have a significant impact on future vaccination strategies and pave the way for new treatments of an underperforming or over-reacting immune system. The results of this research are published in Cell Stem Cell on March 12, 2020.
 
 
 3D chromatin landscapes in T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia important beyond DNA code changes
 
3D chromatin landscapes in T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia important beyond DNA code changesChildren with aggressive blood cancers have differences -- not just in the DNA code of their blood cells -- but also in the heavily twisted protein superstructure that controls access to genes.
 
 
 Stem cell discovery could open the door to new approach for bone marrow transplantation
 
Stem cell discovery could open the door to new approach for bone marrow transplantationMount Sinai researchers have discovered a way to enhance the potency of blood-forming stem cells, potentially opening the door to a new approach for bone marrow transplantation, according to a study being published on February 27 in Cell Stem Cell.