The Bone Marrow Niche, Stem Cells, and Leukemia: Impact of Drugs, Chemicals, and the Environment
Published: March 2014
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This Annals volume explores research conducted by experimental hematologists, clinicians, and toxicologists that examines hematopoietic stem cells, the bone marrow environment in which they reside, and the diseases that result from their neoplastic transformation. These interdisciplinary papers stem from the conference, “The Bone Marrow Niche, Stem Cells, and Leukemia: Impact of Drugs, Chemicals, and the Environment,” sponsored by the New York Academy of Sciences and Rutgers University, and held May 29–31, 2013, at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City. A range of topics are covered, including bone marrow niche structure and function, the maturation and differentiation of healthy and leukemogenic hematopoietic stem cells, and the environmental, chemical, and genetic factors involved in the development of myeloid abnormalities, including MDS and acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
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