Sheri Webster

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Human marrow stromal cells (MSCs) were isolated from posterior illiac crest marrow aspirates obtained from 17 healthy donors, ages 19-45 years, with no apparent physical disability. First passage hMSCs exhibited growth rates in vitro that varied up to 12-fold between donors. No correlation between growth rate and the age or gender of the donor was evident(More)
BACKGROUND Coronary artery disease is a major problem in the United States, affecting 785 000 individuals, with the most serious event being a cardiopulmonary arrest. Families of post-cardiac arrest patients are left with difficult decisions to be made. OBJECTIVE This article is a comprehensive literature review examining the current research available to(More)
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