Progress toward less toxic conditioning.
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Publication InfoBuckley, Rebecca H (2016). Progress toward less toxic conditioning. Blood, 128(3). pp. 322-323. 10.1182/blood-2016-06-719922. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/12489.
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James Buren Sidbury Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics, in the School of Medicine
The overall emphasis of Dr. Buckley's research is in human T,B and NK cell development and in aberrations in their development and regulation. The work involves three particular areas of investigation: 1) the cellular and molecular bases of genetically-determined human immunodeficiency diseases, 2) the use of bone marrow stem cells to cure genetically-determined immunodeficiency diseases, and 3) the use of human SCID bone marrow stem cell chimeras to study human thymic education, T and B cell on