Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > Research buzz > Vitamin B5 could help improve red blood cell production in people with Myelodysplastic syndromes

Vitamin B5 could help improve red blood cell production in people with Myelodysplastic syndromes

Scientists from the Crick and Barts Cancer Institute have uncovered why patients with a type of blood cancer suffer from ineffective red blood cell production and how vitamin B5 may improve outcomes
10 Mar 2023
Written by Katherine Denyer
Research buzz
Stock image
Stock image

To view this News Article

Similar stories

Professor Samra Turajlic who led the research form the Francis Crick Institute

Scientists and clinicians at the Crick, UCL and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust have found out how some skin cancers stop responding to treatment at the end of life. More...

Victor Tybulewicz who led the Crick teams

Researchers at the Crick, KCL and UCL have shed light on the genetics behind changes in the structure and shape of the f… More...

The nuclei of the four previously known cell types forming the bristle, with socket cell in green

Researchers at the Crick have uncovered a key role for a new type of cell in detecting touch in the skin of the fruit fl… More...

Image of a macrophage (grey) infected with the bacilli bacteria that cause TB. - Tony Fearns

Crick researchers have found that the body's process of removing old and damaged cell parts, is also an essential part o… More...

Electron micrograph of airway epithelia showing specialised mucus-producing and ciliated cells

Crick scientists have uncovered how cells lining the lung airways change their metabolism, and how this process is key t… More...

Have your say


Contact us

The Francis Crick Institute
1 Midland Road

This website is powered by