New PDF release: Experimental Hematology Today—1988: Selected Papers from the

By C. L. Epstein (auth.), S. J. Baum, K. A. Dicke, E. Lotzová, D. H. Pluznik (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461388627

ISBN-13: 9781461388623

ISBN-10: 1461388643

ISBN-13: 9781461388647

Experimental Hematology at the present time - 1988 provides the most recent result of examine reflecting the varied pursuits of uncomplicated and scientific hematologists. the most important components explored are hematopoietic rules via cytokines; hematopoietic mobile development law, with emphasis at the interplay of stromal with hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells; granulopoietic regulators; gene transfers into hematopoietic progenitor cells; leukemogenesis; and bone marrow transplantation. All chapters document on study or scientific findings of the prior year.

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This semisolid medium coculture system has quite a few appealing features. l cells. microscopically recognizable following 48-h incubation, macroscopic colonies were observed within a week. It Is simple; the analysis was carried out by staining the colonies the counting differentially and cells The process Is quantitative and microscopically. reproducible; the Incidence of each type of colony was experiments. repeated many over constant Furthermore quite a few colonies had high GM-CFC content; this might be correlated with stem cell 29 0 Fig.

Patel VP, Lodish HF (1986) The fibronectin receptor on erythroid progenitor cells: characterization and developmental regulation. J Cell Biol 102: 449-456 6. Tsai S, Patel V, Beaumont E, Lodish, 35 HF, Nathan DG, Sieff CA (1987) Differential binding of erythroid and myeloid progenitors to fibronectin. Blood 69:1587-1594 7. Campbell AD, Long MW, Wicha MS (1987) Haemonectin, a bone marrow adhesion protein specific for cells of granulocytic lineage. Nature 329:744-746 8. Gordon MY, Hibbin JA, Dowding C, Gordon-Smith EC, Goldman JM (1985) Separation of human blast progenitors from granulocytic, erythroid, megakaryocytic and mixed colony-forming cells by "panning" on cultured marrow-derived stromal layers.

Blood 69:1587-1594 7. Campbell AD, Long MW, Wicha MS (1987) Haemonectin, a bone marrow adhesion protein specific for cells of granulocytic lineage. Nature 329:744-746 8. Gordon MY, Hibbin JA, Dowding C, Gordon-Smith EC, Goldman JM (1985) Separation of human blast progenitors from granulocytic, erythroid, megakaryocytic and mixed colony-forming cells by "panning" on cultured marrow-derived stromal layers. Exp Hematol 13:937-940 9. Roberts R, Gallagher J, Spooncer E, Allen TD, Bloomfield F, Dexter TM (1988) Heparan sulphate-bound growth factors: a mechanism for stroma cellmediated hemopoiesis.

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Experimental Hematology Today—1988: Selected Papers from the 17th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Experimental Hematology August 21–25, 1988, Houston, Texas, USA by C. L. Epstein (auth.), S. J. Baum, K. A. Dicke, E. Lotzová, D. H. Pluznik (eds.)


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