hemopoiesis


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hemopoiesis

[‚hē·mō‚pȯi′ē·səs]
(physiology)
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Treatment of Shwachman syndrome by Japanese herbal medicine (Juzen-taiho-to): stimulatory effects of its fatty acids on hemopoiesis in patients.
The spleen showed marked extramedullary hemopoiesis.
Written for specialists in the many fields related to geriatric care, this volume presents 30 articles on the impact of aging on hemopoiesis and the blood conditions experienced by older people.
7 kDa produced by both lymphoid and nonlymphoid cells, plays key roles in inflammation, the acute phase response, regulation of immune reactivity, hemopoiesis, and oncogenesis.
This fact may be related with the moment of the necropsy which was done in latter autumn and winter; considering that armadillos may show seasonal hemopoiesis, as reported by Weiss & Wislocki (1956), it is possible that the low number of committed-developing cells was according a steady status.
A pesar de lo complejo y novedoso del conocimiento de las citocinas, se sabe que actuan en grupos o cascadas regulando muchos procesos inmunobiologicos y homeostaticos, tales como la hemopoiesis, proliferacion, diferenciacion celular y apoptosis.