Myelodysplastic syndromes are propagated by rare and distinct human cancer stem cells in vivo

Petter S. Woll, Una Kjällquist, Onima Chowdhury, Helen Doolittle, David C. Wedge, Supat Thongjuea, Rikard Erlandsson, Mtakai Ngara, Kristina Anderson, Qiaolin Deng, Adam J. Mead, Laura Stenson, Alice Giustacchini, Sara Duarte, Eleni Giannoulatou, Stephen Taylor, Mohsen Karimi, Christian Scharenberg, Teresa Mortera-Blanco, Iain C. MacaulaySally-Ann Clark, Ingunn Dybedal, Dag Josefsen, Pierre Fenaux, Peter Hokland, Mette S. Holm, Mario Cazzola, Luca Malcovati, Sudhir Tauro, David Bowen, Jacqueline Boultwood, Andrea Pellagatti, John E. Pimanda, Ashwin Unnikrishnan, Paresh Vyas, Gudrun Göhring, Brigitte Schlegelberger, Magnus Tobiasson, Gunnar Kvalheim, Stefan N. Constantinescu, Claus Nerlov, Lars Nilsson, Peter J. Campbell, Rikard Sandberg, Elli Papaemmanuil, Eva Hellström-Lindberg, Sten Linnarsson, Sten Erik W. Jacobsen

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