Maria Theodosaki

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OBJECTIVES The long-term effect of intracoronary infusion of progenitor cells in patients with chronic ischemic cardiomyopathy. BACKGROUND Bone marrow stem-cell administration in patients with(More)
Central issues in intracoronary infusion (ICI) of bone marrow (BM)-cells to damaged myocardium for improving cardiac function are the cell number that is feasible and safe to be administrated as well(More)
The 5-transmembrane receptor AC133 is expressed on a subpopulation of human hematopoietic cells that includes the CD34(bright) cells. We evaluated the developmental potential of AC133+CD34(bright)(More)
Directed sibling cord blood banking is indicated in women delivering healthy babies who already have a sibling with a disease that is potentially treatable with an allogeneic cord blood transplant.(More)
Pediatric HSCT recipients are at high risk for CMV reactivation due to their immature immune system and therapy following transplantation. Reconstitution of CMV-specific T-cell immunity is associated(More)