• Microchimeric fetal cells play a role in maternal wound healing after pregnancy
  • Analysis of maternal microchimerism in rhesus monkeys (<i>Macaca mulatta</i>) using real-time quantitative PCR amplification of MHC polymorphisms
  • Maternal microchimerism in biliary atresia: Are maternal cells effector cells, targets, or just bystanders?

Microchimeric fetal cells play a role in maternal wound healing after pregnancy

Uzma Mahmood and Keelin O’Donoghue

 Analysis of maternal microchimerism in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) using real-time quantitative PCR amplification of MHC polymorphisms

Sonia Bakkour, Chris AR Baker, Alice F Tarantal, Li Wen, Michael P Busch, Tzong-Hae Lee and Joseph M McCune

Maternal microchimerism in biliary atresia: Are maternal cells effector cells, targets, or just bystanders?

Toshihiro Muraji

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H&E staining of skin showing epidermis. For more information see Mahmood et al.

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