Menstrual Blood-A good source of Stem Cells

Pinnamaneni, Rajasekhar
April 2010
Current Trends in Biotechnology & Pharmacy;Apr2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p733
Academic Journal
The article reports that stem cells in menstrual blood can be utilized or preserved for future use of therapies and stem cell research.


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