Daniel A P Guerra

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Bone marrow fibrosis is a reactive process, and a central pathological feature of primary myelofibrosis. Revealing the origin of fibroblastic cells in the bone marrow is crucial, as these cells are considered an ideal, and essential target for anti-fibrotic therapy. In 2 recent studies, Decker et al. (2017) and Schneider et al. (2017), by using(More)
Platelets are released from megakaryocytes. The bone marrow has been proposed to be the major site where this process occurs. Lefrançais et al. (2017) using state-of-the-art techniques including two-photon microscopy, in vivo lineage-tracing technologies, and sophisticated lung transplants reveal that the lung is also a primary site for platelet biogenesis.(More)
Bone marrow fibrosis is a critical component of primary myelofibrosis in which normal bone marrow tissue and blood-forming cells are gradually replaced with scar tissue. The specific cellular and molecular mechanisms that cause bone marrow fibrosis are not understood. A recent study using state-of-the-art techniques, including in vivo lineage tracing,(More)
Adipocyte infiltration in the bone marrow follows chemotherapy or irradiation. Previous studies indicate that bone marrow fat cells inhibit hematopoietic stem cell function. Recently, Zhou et al. (2017) using state-of-the-art techniques, including sophisticated Cre/loxP technologies, confocal microscopy, in vivo lineage-tracing, flow cytometry, and bone(More)
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