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Retrovirally transduced bone marrow stromal cells isolated from a mouse model of human osteogenesis imperfecta (oim) persist in bone and retain the ability to form cartilage and bone after extended passaging.

Oyama M, Tatlock A, Fukuta S, Kavalkovich K, Nishimura K, Johnstone B, Robbins PD, Evans CH, Niyibizi C. Retrovirally transduced bone marrow stromal cells isolated from a mouse model of human osteogenesis imperfecta (oim) persist in bone and retain the ability to form cartilage and bone after extended passaging. Gene Ther. 1999 Mar; 6(3):321-9.

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