Systemic signals regulate ageing and rejuvenation of blood stem cell niches

Mayack, Shane R.; Shadrach, Jennifer L.; Kim, Francis S.; Wagers, Amy J.
October 2010
Nature;10/14/2010, Vol. 467 Issue 7317, p872
Academic Journal
The article announces that the article "Systemic signals regulate ageing and rejuvenation of blood stem cell niches," by Shane R. Mayack and colleagues has been retracted by three of its authors from the 2010 issue of the journal "Nature."


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