The researchers then looked to see how the mutation affected the animals.

The researchers then looked to see how the mutation affected the animals. The most obvious changes was a missing or rudimentary 13th Rib and an additional vertebra in the lower spine. This suggests that the mutation affected by Hox genes, some of which govern the growth and development of the skeleton and the blood cells. In a manner the researchers studied cells in the bone marrow and spleen, give rise to blood cells. The cells looked normal, as their numbers. Laboratory test tube grown in a laboratory test tube, with the mutation significantly faster and much greater than control cells formed without without the mutation..

.. The findings were the 14th online September in the Journal of Clinical Investigation published. – When leukemia strikes, it is come like a hurricane without the prior weather – you have no information about how it got it, and there is a level-5 storm, says Michael A. Caligiuri, principal investigator of the study and director of the OSUCCC. Studying helps live models like this mouse strain us begin earliest earliest events in the development of leukemia This in turn understand one day we, what causes leukemia in humans to predict who is most at risk and prevent leukemia ever developed patients patients.MedPharm that develops of new concepts in drug delivery, invites pharmaceutical industry the use of which technologies. Company is available for licensing partner who searched to provide an appropriate agent and the financial resources clinical development, registration and marketing.