Thibaud André

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BACKGROUND In multiple myeloma, bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells support myeloma cell growth. Previous studies have suggested that direct and indirect interactions between malignant cells and bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells result in constitutive abnormalities in the bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells. DESIGN AND METHODS The aims of this(More)
In multiple myeloma (MM), bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells (BM-MSCs) play an important role in pathogenesis and disease progression by supporting myeloma cell growth and immune escape. Previous studies have suggested that direct and indirect interactions between malignant cells and BM-MSCs result in constitutive abnormal immunomodulatory capacities in(More)
BACKGROUND AIMS Because of their self-renewal capacity, multilineage potential and immunomodulatory properties, MSCs are an attractive tool for cell-based immunotherapy strategies. Foreskin, considered as a biological waste material, has been shown to be a reservoir of therapeutic cells. METHODS MSCs were isolated from different foreskin samples,(More)
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