The Luis lab focuses on the role of the bone marrow microenvironment in the regulation of blood stem cell function. Our goal is to decode the molecular crosstalk between stem cells and their niches, and define it's role in the maintenance of homeostasis and the development of haematological malignancies.
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haematopoietic stem cells lab
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