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Tips for culturing mesenchymal stromal cells
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Tips for culturing mesenchymal stromal cells

Ideally, cultured cells have the same characteristics as cells that develop in the patientís body. But in practice, there are still many obstacles to be overcome in the development of cellular therapies. To begin with, cultured cells need not only to possess the right weapons to attack a tumor, but they must also move in the right direction. That doesnít always happen, noticed Carlijn Voermans, head of the Cellular Therapy Department at Sanquin, during her research into mesenchymal stromal cell-based the- rapy. Mesenchymal stromal cells are very young cells that mature in the body to become part of cartilage, bone, adipose tissue and other supportive tissues.

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