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The Microchimerism, Human Health and Evolution Project


We aim to advance fundamental understanding of microchimerism and its role in human health and disease through the development and applications of phenotyping microchimeric cells and host immune systems. Our approach will allow us to characterize microchimerism in various tissues and environments, ranging from healthy pregnancies (mouse and human) to disease states (auto-immune diseases, pregnancy complications).


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