lymphopoiesis


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lymphopoiesis

[‚lim·fə‚pȯi′ē·səs]
(physiology)
The production of lymph.
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B-cell depletion reactivates B lymphopoiesis in the BM and rejuvenates the B lineage in aging.
The increase observed in total leukocyte count might indicate an activation of the animal's immune system due to either stimulated lymphopoiesis or disturbance of the nonspecific immune system leading to the increased production of leukocytes [46, 47].
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Resident hematopoietic cells in the bone marrow serve as important contributors of erythropoiesis, myelopoiesis, lymphopoiesis, and bone turnover.
(2001) demonstrated Jagged1 can mediate differential effects of Notch signaling and provide a useful system to further address cell-fate decision processes in human lymphopoiesis. The different results maybe are related to different experimental animal and stage.
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T bruceiinfection reduces B lymphopoiesis in bone marrow and truncates compensatory splenic lymphopoiesis through transitional B cell apoptosis.
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Multiparameter phenotype mapping of normal and postchemotherapy B lymphopoiesis in pediatric bone marrow.
The development of blood cells, a process called Hematopoiesis involves two main pathways: myelopoiesis (the formation of the red and white myeloid cells) and lymphopoiesis (the formation of B- and T-cells).