In utero haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Experiences in mice, sheep and humans.

@article{Troeger2006InUH,
  title={In utero haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Experiences in mice, sheep and humans.},
  author={Carolyn Troeger and Daniel Surbek and Andreina Schoeberlein and Stephan Schatt and Lisbeth Dudler and Sinuhe Hahn and Wolfgang Holzgreve},
  journal={Swiss medical weekly},
  year={2006},
  volume={136 31-32},
  pages={498-503}
}
Early prenatal diagnosis and in utero therapy of certain fetal diseases have the potential to reduce fetal morbidity and mortality. The intrauterine transplantation of stem cells provides in some instances a therapeutic option before definitive organ failure occurs. Clinical experiences show that certain diseases, such as immune deficiencies or inborn errors of metabolism, can be successfully treated using stem cells derived from bone marrow. However, a remaining problem is the low level of… CONTINUE READING