In utero transplantation of adult bone marrow decreases perinatal lethality and rescues the bone phenotype in the knockin murine model for classical, dominant osteogenesis imperfecta

C Panaroni, R Gioia, A Lupi, R Besio, Steve Goldstein, J Kreider, S Leikin, J Vera, E Mertz, Egon Perilli, Fabio Baruffaldi, I Villa, A Farina, M Casasco, R Cetta, A Rossi, A Frattini, J Marini, P Vezzoni, Antonella Forlino

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)459-468
    Number of pages10
    JournalBlood
    Volume114
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Panaroni, C., Gioia, R., Lupi, A., Besio, R., Goldstein, S., Kreider, J., Leikin, S., Vera, J., Mertz, E., Perilli, E., Baruffaldi, F., Villa, I., Farina, A., Casasco, M., Cetta, R., Rossi, A., Frattini, A., Marini, J., Vezzoni, P., & Forlino, A. (2009). In utero transplantation of adult bone marrow decreases perinatal lethality and rescues the bone phenotype in the knockin murine model for classical, dominant osteogenesis imperfecta. Blood, 114(2), 459-468.