Red blood cells, currently obtained from donors, represent the most common form of cell-based therapy. A better understanding of normal erythropoiesis is leading to improved multi-step protocols for the in vitro generation of fully mature red cells. The extensive in vitro expansion of embryonic erythroblasts and development of erythroid precursors as a potential transfusion product may help to deal with issues of scale and eventually find a place in the treatment of patients with acute and chronic anemias.

Blood in a dish: In vitro synthesis of red blood cells.

FRANCO MIGLIACCIO, ANNA RITA;
2011

Abstract

Red blood cells, currently obtained from donors, represent the most common form of cell-based therapy. A better understanding of normal erythropoiesis is leading to improved multi-step protocols for the in vitro generation of fully mature red cells. The extensive in vitro expansion of embryonic erythroblasts and development of erythroid precursors as a potential transfusion product may help to deal with issues of scale and eventually find a place in the treatment of patients with acute and chronic anemias.
2011
Franco Migliaccio, Anna Rita; Palis, J
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