Sean Morrison Laboratory, the Hamon Laboratory for Stem Cell and Cancer Biology
In the News
Nov. 16, 2015 — Scientists at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern have determined how the body responds during times of emergency when it needs more blood cells. In a study published in Nature, researchers report that when tissue damage occurs, in times of excessive bleeding, or during pregnancy, a secondary, emergency blood-formation system is activated in the spleen.
Watch the video below identifying blood-forming stem cells inside the spleen, and read the news release.