An article published by Merlin researchers from UNIPD has recently been published in the “Leukemia” journal. The piece is entitled “Mouse mesenchymal stem cells inhibit high endothelial cell activation and lymphocyte homing to lymph nodes by releasing TIMP-1” (Author(s): Zanotti L, Angioni R, Calì B, Soldani C, Ploia C, Moalli F, Gargesha M, D’Amico G, Elliman S, Tedeschi G, Maffioli E, Negri A, Zacchigna S, Sarukhan A, Stein JV, Viola A) and appears in the May issue. The article deals with the impact of MSC on immunity and inflammation and identifies TIMP-1 as a novel biomarker for MSC-based therapy. You can access the article here.
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