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hemopoiesis

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1989; Snyder and Kalf 1994), which may be related to the limited capacity of enzymes for benzene metabolism and to the dynamic responses of hemopoietic microenvironmental conditions against the adverse effects of benzene.
The expressed spleen cells and bone marrow cells were then gently pipetted to obtain single-cell suspensions containing predominantly hemopoietic and immune cells.
The factors that may affect the results of the immunophenotypic analysis of neoplastic hemopoietic cells have already been identified, at least to a large extent (1-7, 28, 34, 85-87).
G-CSF has side effects, however, such as release of CFU-S and progenitors from the marrow to the peripheral blood and a reseeding in the spleen, which can lead to exhaustion of hemopoietic stem cells during treatment (Bungart et al.
The remaining 16% animals died within the next 20 days exhibiting hemopoietic syndrome and the charecteristic symptoms like, irritability, epilation, weight loss, emaciation, lethargy and ruffling of hairs (Bond et al.
QBI) and the New York Blood Center signed a collaborative research and licensing agreement to identify genes implicated in hemopoietic stem cell differentiation, the process by which stem cells become blood cells.
Anderson Cancer Center and entitled IV Busulfan, Cychlophosphamide (BuCy) and Allogeneic Hemopoietic Stem Calls (BMT) for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia and discussed the use of Busulfex as the pretransplant conditioning regimen for patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML).
On the basis of data from copper-adequate rats it is clear that under normal conditions the liver is capable of mobilizing iron and making it available for utilization by hemopoietic tissues for heme synthesis, and therefore ferritin is a sensitive measure to assess available body iron stores.
In the hemopoietic studies, the scientists demonstrated in vitro and in vivo in a murine chemotherapy model that Betafectin stimulates the production of progenitor cells which lead to the production of neutrophils, monocytes, and platelets.
The results showed that DBT could not only withstand significantly decreation of blood cells by immune-mediated, but also stimulate on the growth of bone marrow colony cell and increase the weight of hemopoietic progenitor of bone marrow.
A J Friedenstein, R K Chailakhyan, NV Latsinik, AF Panasyuk, and I V Keiliss-Borok, Stromal cells responsible for transferring the microenvironment of the hemopoietic tissues.
24)"Fluoride decreases production of erythrocytes (red blood cells) by the bone marrow and other hemopoietic tissues and increases erythrocyte abnormalities resulting in premature death of red blood cells.