Hematopoietic and Chord Blood Stem Cells

Cord blood stem cells are derived from the blood found in the vein of the umbilical cord. Cord blood contains immunologically naïve, hematopoietic stem cells known as HSCs which have been used in medical treatments for 25 years. They are capable of generating the multitude of cell types found in the bloodstream, including red blood cells or erythrocytes; different types of white blood cells, such as lymphocytes and neutrophils; and megakaryocytes which ultimately form platelets.

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