Holli A Harper

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Stem cells, those elusive entities that have the capacity for producing, maintaining and reconstituting the integrity of a biological system, also demonstrate the potential to predict partial or life-threatening damage in response to drugs, environmental compounds and other agents. It is ironic however, that in the animal or human, prior to the(More)
Rare hematopoietic stem cell populations are responsible for the transplantation engraftment process. Umbilical cord blood (UCB) is usually processed to the total nucleated cell (TNC), but not to the mononuclear cell (MNC) fraction. TNC counts are used to determine UCB unit storage, release for transplantation and correlation with time to engraftment.(More)
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