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Study was from the laboratory of Diane Krause.

The study showed that bone marrow derived cells can differentiate into practical gastrointestinal epithelial cells after bone marrow transplantation. Study was from the laboratory of Diane Krause, M.D., professor of Laboratory Medicine and senior writer of the study, in collaboration with Marie Egan, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics, respiratory medicine, and cellular and molecular physiology. Related StoriesNuclear medicine in Australia: an interview with Doug Cubbin, ANM Board ChairmanSurvey shows most guys with advanced prostate cancer disregard their symptoms as disease progressesFracture avoidance project may help save hundreds of thousands We demonstrated that the cells had been functional by showing that they express functional chloride channels which are necessary for fluid stability in the gut, Krause said.