Cell Biology

Mauro Krampera
Full Professor
Cristina Tecchio
Associate Professor
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Biology and clinical application of adult stem cells Mauro Krampera
Biology and clinical application of adult stem cells, including: a) mesenchymal stromal cells: investigation of their differentiation potential and of their role in regenerative medicine, transplant-related immune reactions following allogeneic bone marrow transplantation, tumor-specific immune responses and stromal support to hematological and nonhematological malignancies; b) hematopoietic stem cells: in vitro expansion and in vivo transplantation; c) leukemia stem cells: study of the mechanisms of leukemia self-renewal, with particular interest in the role of the Notch and Wnt pathways in the stromal support to acute and chronic leukemia development, as potential targets for new drug development; d) neural stem cells: study of in vivo niches of neurogenesis; e) cardiac stem cells: study of the mechanisms of regeneration of infarcted myocardium; f) epithelial stem cells: study of the mechanism of wound healing and epithelial regeneration.
Biological study and transplant of hemopoietic stem cells Cristina Tecchio
Biological and clinical studies plus management of autologous and allogeneic hematooietic stem cell transplant (including haploidentical) and donor lymphocyte infusion. Biological and clinical studies plus management of acute and chronic GVHD.

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