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A pilot study has identified potentially disease-causing mutations in hematopoietic stem cells from young healthy donors that were transferred to unrelated transplant recipients, suggesting that such mutations are more common in people under 50 years of age than previously thought. A team led by scientists from Washington University School of Medicine performed error-corrected sequencing on 125 blood and marrow samples from 25 matched unrelated donors and recipients.

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