Barcoding to Cope with Leukaemiaby Liubov Edwards - September 15th, 2016
Using a “barcode” to blood or steam cells is going to make it easier to monitor and study changes that occur or change over time. A new study reports that many of blood white cells are only formed during the foetal period, and stay with us for the rest of our lives and “barcoding” them makes it possible to watch them during a lifetime period and see how they change with age. This information can be crucial in cases of leukaemia, especially when a bone transplant is involved.
Liubov Edwards worked as our freelance graphic designer since 2011 for kingsblog.
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