alexa Materno-Fetal Microchimerism

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Materno-Fetal Microchimerism

The cells of ourimmediate family members, ourmother, twins, or ourchildren in the case of parous women, exchanged during pregnancy. Surprisingly these cells are reported to last for more than a decade after birth . Where are they located in our bodies? Various body organs and parts are known to possess non-self cells, including the skeletal muscles; heart; skin; lung; thyroid gland; digestive tube; liver; and even immunity-related organs such as the thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, peripheral blood, and bone marrow. Even mouse brainshave beenfound to carry thecells of their children

 
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