Immunobiology

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Bold Findings About Blood Cell Formation Stir the Scientific Pot H. Leighton Grimes, PhD, describes his team’s recent insights into how blood cells determine their developmental fate as a genetic tug of war. As early-stage progenitor cells develop into the various components of our blood, they do so amid a swirl of genetic turbulence, or dynamic instability, which can be observed by turning on alternate lineage genes in individual cells.

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