hematopoietic tissue

hematopoietic tissue

[¦he·məd·ō·pōi¦ed·ik ′tish·ü]
(histology)
Blood-forming tissue, consisting of reticular fibers and cells. Also known as hemopoietic tissue.
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Pathologic and immunohistochemical analysis showing hematopoietic tissue between bone marrow scattered mass.
Myelolipomas are rare benign tumors of mature hematopoietic tissue and fat and tumorigenic processes are poorly understood.
On the other hand, when an aggression is produced, the levels of promigratory cytokines CXCL1 and CXCL2 increase, displacing the balance towards the migration, thereby increasing the amount of neutrophils that travel from the hematopoietic tissue to the bloodstream.
A histopathological examination showed mature adipose tissue mixed with hematopoietic tissue, which included erythrocytes, myelocytes, and megakaryocytes.
Results: Gross bone matrix and hematopoietic tissue formation were observed in the HA + ZOL group 4 weeks after surgery.
The pathogenesis of intrathoracic EMH includes the extrusion of bone-marrow stem cells through the thin cortex of the vertebral bodies and ribs, abetted by negative pres-sure; proliferation of the stem cells, which transform into a nodule of hematopoietic tissue upon demand; and proliferation of the embolized hematopoietic tissues from other areas to the intrathoracic region, such as the spleen.
Mesodermal derivatives included spindle shaped cells hematopoietic tissue
Bones are individual organs composed of multiple tissues including bone, cartilage, fat, connective tissue, hematopoietic tissue, nerves and vessels.
5C, the hematopoietic tissue in the low-dose group decreased compared with the normal group, however, the blood sinus were rich as compared to the model group.
Cr (VI) induced necrosis in tubular epithelium, pycnotic nuclei in the hematopoietic tissue, narrowing of the tubular lumen and expansion of spaces inside the Bowman's capsule (Ahmad et al., 2006; Velmurugan et al., 2007; Ashish and Banalata, 2008; Pedro and Alicia, 2008; Lushchak et al., 2008; Mishra and Mohanty, 2009; Sannadurgappa and Aladakatti, 2010).
Few miRNAs such as miRNAs 142, 181, and 223 are preferentially expressed in hematopoietic tissue. (4) Through their effect on posttranscriptional and posttranslational modification, they alter the expression of transcription factors and in turn fine-tune the regulatory pathways of hematopoiesis.

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