Paul Gores

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Cell replacement therapy has been widely suggested as a treatment for multiple diseases including motor neuron disease. A variety of donor cells have been tested for treatment including isolated preparations from bone marrow and embryonic spinal cord. Another cell source, Sertoli cells, have been successfully used in models of diabetes, Parkinson's disease(More)
Islet transplantation has been slow to develop as a therapy for type I diabetes mellitus. Conventional immunosuppression does not protect islet allografts from early failure and by current techniques the yield of purified islets from a single pancreas is inadequate or only marginally in excess of the number needed to sustain normoglycaemia. We transplanted(More)
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