Susan M. Millard

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In this article, Millard and colleagues show that intrauterine bone marrow transplantation in the oim/oim mouse model of osteogenesis imperfecta yields hematopoietic microchimerism in the absence of donor osteopoiesis or phenotypic improvement. Bone-associated donor cells were not bone-forming osteoblasts, but osteoclasts (bone resorbing cells of the(More)
The effect of 6-hydroxydopamine on growth and viability of cultured cells of sympathetic (neuroblastoma), glial, and fibroblast origin was examined. In contrast to previous reports, inhibition of growth was not specific to neuroblastoma cells. The degree of inhibition was correlated with permeability of cell membrane to dopamine-14C or 6-hydroxydopamine-14(More)