A Merlin paper on the impact of long-term in vitro expansion on MSCs has been accepted for publication in Cytotherapy. The article is entitled “Aging of bone marrow and umbilical cord–derived mesenchymal stromal cells during expansion” (by Samantha de Witte (pictured above), Eleonora E. Lambert, Ana Merino, Tanja Strini, Hannie J.C.W. Douben, Lisa O’Flynn, Steve J. Elliman, Annelies J.E.M.M. de Klein, Philip N. Newsome, Carla C. Baan and Martin J. Hoogduijn). The corrected proof is now available on line: here. Congratulations to the authors!
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