Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

 https://medicine.iu.edu/research-centers/nonmalignant-hematology

 

Identifying the stem cell microenvironment using state of the art microscopy and tools.

Indiana’s center supports four cores: 

  • The¬†Experimental Mouse Resources Core¬†provides advanced resources for murine and human transplantation studies.

  • The¬†Flow and Tissue Cytometry Core¬†combines classical flow cytometry with unique imaging services, that include quantitative analyses of the spatial distribution and interactions of the cellular components of the hematopoietic niche.¬†

  • The¬†Hypoxia Core¬†specializes in unraveling the ‚Äėtrue nature‚Äô of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell function, as well as those of stromal and immune cells, by examining these populations in their native milieu of low O2¬†tension;¬†

  • The¬†Enrichment Program¬†provides a supportive¬†environment¬†to¬†foster growth¬†and¬†development¬†of students at all educational levels as well as young¬†investigators¬†pursuing¬†research careers in nonmalignant hematology.


Cores

Protocols

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Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Colony Assay

Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Bone Marrow Harvesting

Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Bone Marrow Transplant

Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Flow Staining

Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Indiana U54 Experimental Mouse Core Protocols

Indiana University School of Medicine-Cooperative Center of Excellence in Hematology

Indiana U54 Flow Cytometry Core Protocols