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    1. Taneja, KL; Chavez, EA; Coull, J; Lansdorp, PM
      Multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization with peptide nucleic acid probes for enumeration of specific chromosomes in human cells

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    2. Hande, MP; Balajee, AS; Tchirkov, A; Wynshaw-Boris, A; Lansdorp, PM
      Extra-chromosomal telomeric DNA in cells from Atm(-/-) mice and patients with ataxia-telangiectasia

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    3. di Fagagna, FD; Hande, MP; Tong, WM; Roth, D; Lansdorp, PM; Wang, ZQ; Jackson, SP
      Effects of DNA nonhomologous end-joining factors on telomere length and chromosomal stability in mammalian cells

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    4. Liu, Y; Snow, BE; Hande, MP; Yeung, D; Erdmann, NJ; Wakeham, A; Ilie, A; Siderovski, DP; Lansdorp, PM; Robinson, MO; Harrington, L
      The telomerase reverse transcriptase is limiting and necessary for telomerase function in vivo (vol 10, pg 1459, 2000)

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Tong, WM; Hande, MP; Lansdorp, PM; Wang, ZQ
      DNA strand break-sensing molecule poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase cooperates with p53 in telomere function, chromosome stability, and tumor suppression

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Melenhorst, JJ; Brummendorf, TH; Kirby, M; Lansdorp, PM; Barrett, AJ
      CD8+T cells in large granular lymphocyte leukemia are not defective in activation- and replication-related apoptosis

      LEUKEMIA RESEARCH
    7. Poon, SSS; Lansdorp, PM
      Measurements of telomere length on individual chromosomes by image cytometry

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 64
    8. Rufer, N; Migliaccio, M; Antonchuk, J; Humphries, RK; Roosnek, E; Lansdorp, PM
      Transfer of the human telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) gene into T lymphocytes results in extension of replicative potential

      BLOOD
    9. Rufer, N; Brummendorf, TH; Chapuis, B; Helg, C; Lansdorp, PM; Roosnek, E
      Response: Consequences of stem cell transplantation - induced telomere shortening

      BLOOD
    10. Brummendorf, TH; Maciejewski, JP; Mak, J; Young, NS; Lansdorp, PM
      Telomere length in leukocyte subpopulations of patients with aplastic anemia

      BLOOD
    11. Rufer, N; Brummendorf, TH; Chapuis, B; Helg, C; Lansdorp, PM; Roosnek, E
      Accelerated telomere shortening in hematological lineages is limited to the first year following stem cell transplantation

      BLOOD
    12. Brummendorf, TH; Lansdorp, PM; Rufer, N
      Telomere length dynamics in normal and malignant hematopoiesis

      JOURNAL OF ANTI-AGING MEDICINE
    13. Liu, Y; Snow, BE; Hande, MP; Yeung, D; Erdmann, NJ; Wakeham, A; Itie, A; Siderovski, DP; Lansdorp, PM; Robinson, MO; Harrington, L
      The telomerase reverse transcriptase is limiting and necessary for telomerase function in vivo

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    14. Martens, UM; Brass, V; Engelhardt, M; Glaser, S; Waller, CF; Lange, W; Schmoor, C; Poon, SSS; Lansdorp, PM
      Measurement of telomere length in haematopoietic cells using in situ hybridization techniques

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    15. Liu, Y; Snow, BE; Hande, MP; Baerlocher, G; Kickhoefer, VA; Yeung, D; Wakeham, A; Itie, A; Siderovski, DP; Lansdorp, PM; Robinson, MO; Harrington, L
      Telomerase-associated protein TEP1 is not essential for telomerase activity or telomere length maintenance in vivo

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Niida, H; Shinkai, Y; Hande, MP; Matsumoto, T; Takehara, S; Tachibana, M; Oshimura, M; Lansdorp, PM; Furuichi, Y
      Telomere maintenance in telomerase-deficient mouse embryonic stem cells: Characterization of an amplified telomeric DNA

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Batliwalla, FM; Rufer, N; Lansdorp, PM; Gregersen, PK
      Oligoclonal expansions in the CD8(+)CD28(-) T cells largely explain the shorter telomeres detected in this subset: Analysis by flow FISH

      HUMAN IMMUNOLOGY
    18. Lansdorp, PM
      Repair of telomeric DNA prior to replicative senescence

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    19. Lanza, RP; Cibelli, JB; Blackwell, C; Cristofalo, VJ; Francis, MK; Baerlocher, GM; Mak, J; Schertzer, M; Chavez, EA; Sawyer, N; Lansdorp, PM; West, MD
      Extension of cell life-span and telomere length in animals cloned from senescent somatic cells

      SCIENCE
    20. Mathioudakis, G; Storb, R; McSweeney, PA; Torok-Storb, B; Lansdorp, PM; Brummendorf, TH; Gass, MJ; Bryant, EM; Storek, J; Flowers, MED; Gooley, T; Nash, RA
      Polyclonal hematopoiesis with variable telomere shortening in human long-term allogeneic marrow graft recipients

      BLOOD
    21. Brummendorf, TH; Holyoake, TL; Rufer, N; Barnett, MJ; Schulzer, M; Eaves, CJ; Eaves, AC; Lansdorp, PM
      Prognostic implications of differences in telomere length between normal and malignant cells from patients with chronic myeloid leukemia measured by flow cytometry

      BLOOD
    22. Kipling, D; Wynford-Thomas, D; Jones, CJ; Akbar, A; Aspinall, R; Bacchetti, S; Blasco, MA; Broccoli, D; DePinho, RA; Edwards, DR; Effros, RB; Harley, CB; Lansdorp, PM; Linskens, MHK; Prowse, KR; Newbold, RF; Olovnikov, AM; Parkinson, EK; Pawelec, G; Ponten, J; Shall, S; Zijlmans, M; Faragher, RGA
      Telomere-dependent senescence

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    23. di Fagagna, FD; Hande, MP; Tong, WM; Lansdorp, PM; Wang, ZQ; Jackson, SP
      Functions of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase in controlling telomere length and chromosomal stability

      NATURE GENETICS
    24. WAN TSK; MARTENS UM; POON SSS; TSAO SW; CHAN LC; LANSDORP PM
      ABSENCE OR LOW NUMBER OF TELOMERE REPEATS AT JUNCTIONS OF DICENTRIC CHROMOSOMES

      Genes chromosomes & cancer (Print)
    25. Katz, SG; Schneider, SS; Bartuski, A; Trask, BJ; Massa, H; Overhauser, J; Lalande, M; Lansdorp, PM; Silverman, GA
      An 18q(-) syndrome breakpoint resides between the duplicated serpins SCCA1and SCCA2 and arises via a cryptic rearrangement with satellite III DNA

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    26. Mousavi, P; Ward, RK; Lansdorp, PM
      Feature analysis and classification of chromosome 16 homologues using fluorescence microscopy images

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING-REVUE CANADIENNE DE GENIE ELECTRIQUE ET INFORMATIQUE
    27. Poon, SSS; Martens, UM; Ward, RK; Lansdorp, PM
      Telomere length measurements using digital fluorescence microscopy

      CYTOMETRY
    28. Rufer, N; Brummendorf, TH; Kolvraa, S; Bischoff, C; Christensen, K; Wadsworth, L; Schulzer, M; Lansdorp, PM
      Telomere fluorescence measurements in granulocytes and T lymphocyte subsets point to a high turnover of hematopoietic stem cells and memory T cells in early childhood

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    29. Surralles, J; Hande, MP; Marcos, R; Lansdorp, PM
      Accelerated telomere shortening in the human inactive X chromosome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    30. HANDE MP; LANSDORP PM; NATARAJAN AT
      INDUCTION OF TELOMERASE ACTIVITY BY IN-VIVO X-IRRADIATION OF MOUSE SPLENOCYTES AND ITS POSSIBLE ROLE IN CHROMOSOME HEALING

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    31. JOO OH; HANDE MP; LANSDORP PM; NATARAJAN AT
      INDUCTION OF TELOMERASE ACTIVITY AND CHROMOSOME-ABERRATIONS IN HUMAN TUMOR-CELL LINES FOLLOWING X-IRRADIATION

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    32. RUFER N; DRAGOWSKA W; THORNBURY G; ROOSNEK E; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE LENGTH DYNAMICS IN HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS MEASURED BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      Nature biotechnology
    33. MAYANI H; LANSDORP PM
      BIOLOGY OF HUMAN UMBILICAL-CORD BLOOD-DERIVED HEMATOPOIETIC STEM PROGENITOR CELLS/

      Stem cells
    34. MARTENS UM; ZIJLMANS JMJM; POON SSS; DRAGOWSKA W; YUI J; CHAVEZ EA; WARD RK; LANSDORP PM
      SHORT TELOMERES ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 17P

      Nature genetics
    35. TANEJA KL; CHAVEZ EA; LANSDORP PM
      DETECTION AND LOCALIZATION OF REPEAT SEQUENCES BY MULTICOLOR FISH USING PEPTIDE NUCLEIC-ACID PROBES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    36. RUFER N; DRAGOWSKA W; MARTENS UM; BRUMMENDORF TH; DUMONTGIRARD F; ROOSNEK E; LANSDORP PM
      MEASUREMENTS OF TELOMERE LENGTH IN HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS USING FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      The FASEB journal
    37. BUMMENDORF TH; DRAGOWSKA W; ZIILMANS JMJM; LANSDORP PM
      ASYMMETRIC CELL DIVISIONS SUSTAIN LONG-TERM IN-VITRO HEMATOPOIESIS FROM SINGLE SORTED FETAL LIVER-CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    38. LANSDORP PM; DRAGOWSKA V; RUFER N; BRUMMENDORF T; CHAVEZ L; POON S; DUNCAN T; WARD R; MARTENS U
      TELOMERE LENGTH DYNAMICS IN CELLS OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM

      Experimental hematology
    39. MARTENS UM; ZIJLMANS JMJM; POON SSS; DRAGOWSKA V; YUI J; CHAVEZ EA; LANSDORP PM
      CHROMOSOME-SPECIFIC TELOMERE LENGTH AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR GENETIC INSTABILITY

      Experimental hematology
    40. BRUMMENDORF TH; HOLYOAKE TL; RULER N; DRAGOWSKA W; CHAVEZ E; BARNETT M; MCCAUL K; EAVES CJ; EAVES AC; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE LENGTH IN NORMAL AND MALIGNANT-CELLS FROM PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA MEASURED BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      Experimental hematology
    41. RUFER N; DRAGOWSKA V; BRUMMENDORF TH; DUMONTGIRARD F; CHAPUIS B; ROOSNEK CE; LANSDORP PM
      ANALYSIS OF TELOMERE LENGTH DYNAMICS IN HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS USING FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      Experimental hematology
    42. LANSDORP PM
      STEM-CELL BIOLOGY FOR THE TRANSFUSIONIST

      Vox sanguinis
    43. ZHU LX; HATHCOCK KS; HANDE P; LANSDORP PM; SELDIN MF; HODES RJ
      TELOMERE LENGTH REGULATION IN MICE IS LINKED TO A NOVEL CHROMOSOME LOCUS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. Counter, CM; Hahn, WC; Wei, WY; Caddle, SD; Beijersbergen, RL; Lansdorp, PM; Sedivy, JM; Weinberg, RA
      Dissociation among in vitro telomerase activity, telomere maintenance, andcellular immortalization

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    45. BRUMMENDORF TH; DRAGOWSKA W; ZIJLMANS JMJM; THORNBURY G; LANSDORP PM
      ASYMMETRIC CELL DIVISIONS SUSTAIN LONG-TERM HEMATOPOIESIS FROM SINGLE-SORTED HUMAN FETAL LIVER-CELLS

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    46. YUI J; CHIU CP; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERASE ACTIVITY IN CANDIDATE STEM-CELLS FROM FETAL LIVER AND ADULT BONE-MARROW

      Blood
    47. KAUSHANSKY K; EAVES C; MOORE MAS; DICK JE; LANSDORP PM
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS - INFERENCES FROM IN-VIVO ASSAYS - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    48. QUESENBERRY PJ; OGAWA M; ZANJANI ED; LANSDORP PM; TOROKSTORB B; LEMISCHKA IR; HOFFMAN R; EAVES C
      IN-VITRO EXPANSION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    49. KAUSHANSKY K; HOFFMAN R; LANSDORP PM; EAVES C; TOROKSTORB B; SHARKIS SJ; PAPAYANNOPOULOU T
      RESISTANCE OF HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS TO A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODYRECOGNIZING CD43 - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    50. LANSDORP PM; SHARKIS SJ; ZANJANI ED; TOROKSTORB B; SPANGARDE GJ
      PHENOTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    51. PAPAYANNOPOULOU T; EAVES C; DICK JE; LANSDORP PM; ZANJANI ED; HOFFMAN R; SHARKIS SJ; KANZ L; TOROKSTORB B; SPANGRUDE GJ; MOORE MAS; BROXMEYER HE
      WHAT CHARACTERIZES THE EARLIEST STEM-CELL - WHAT IS TRUE FOR HUMAN STEM-CELLS - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    52. EAVES A; MOORE MAS; LANSDORP PM; SPANGRUDE GJ; BROXMEYER HE; LEMISCHKA IR; QUESENBERRY PJ; PAPAYANNOPOULOU T; EAVES C; TOROKSTORB B; DICK JE; SHARKIS SJ; HOFFMAN R
      STEM-CELL HETEROGENEITY - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    53. LANSDORP PM
      INTRINSIC CONTROL OF STEM-CELL FATE

      Stem cells
    54. LEMISCHKA IR; LANSDORP PM; DICK JE; SPANGRUDE GJ; KAUSHANSKY K; KANZ L; ZANJANI ED; TOROKSTORB B; GRIFFIN JD; OGAWA M; EAVES C; QUESENBERRY PJ
      INTRINSIC CONTROL OF STEM-CELL FATE - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    55. TOROKSTORB B; PAPAYANNOPOULOU T; SPANGRUDE GJ; ZANJANI ED; LANSDORP PM; BROXMEYER HE; SHARKIS SJ; EAVES A; EAVES C; LEMISCHKA IR; MOORE MAS; KANZ L
      EXTRINSIC CONTROL OF STEM-CELL FATE - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    56. SHARKIS SJ; MOORE MAS; LANSDORP PM; EAVES C; TOROKSTORB B; BROXMEYER HE; ADAMSON JW; SPANGRUDE GJ; GRIFFIN JD; PAPAYANNOPOULOU T; OGAWA M; ORLIC D; KANZ L
      STEM-CELL PROLIFERATION - EX-VIVO AND IN-VIVO OBSERVATIONS - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    57. NIENHUIS A; MOORE MAS; DICK JE; STAMATOYANNOPOULOS G; LEMISCHKA IR; TOROKSTORB B; SPANGRUDE GJ; PAPAYANNOPOULOU T; FLUGEL RM; ORLIC D; BROXMEYER HE; QUESENBERRY PJ; SHARKIS SJ; LANSDORP PM
      WHAT ARE THE CURRENT LIMITATIONS FOR HSC TRANSDUCTION - HOW CAN WE OVERCOME THEM - DISCUSSION

      Stem cells
    58. ZIJLMANS JMJM; DRAGOWSKA V; YUI J; MARTENS UM; CHAVEZ E; THORNBURY G; POON SSS; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE DYNAMICS OF FETAL HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS FOLLOWING CLONAL EXPANSION

      Experimental hematology
    59. THORSTEINSDOTTIR U; SAUVAGEAU G; HOUGH MR; DRAGOWSKA W; LANSDORP PM; LAWRENCE HJ; LARGMAN C; HUMPHRIES RK
      OVEREXPRESSION OF HOXA10 IN MURINE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS PERTURBS BOTH MYELOID AND LYMPHOID DIFFERENTIATION AND LEADS TO ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    60. BARDY P; CONNEALLY E; EMERMAN JT; LANSDORP PM; GOSS G; HUMPHRIES RK; EAVES CJ
      ISOLATION AND ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT SUBPOPULATIONS OF NORMAL HUMAN BREAST EPITHELIAL-CELLS EARLY AFTER THEIR INFECTION WITH A RETROVIRAL VECTOR ENCODING A CELL-SURFACE MARKER

      Breast cancer research and treatment
    61. BLASCO MA; LEE HW; HANDE MP; SAMPER E; LANSDORP PM; DEPINHO RA; GREIDER CW
      TELOMERE SHORTENING AND TUMOR-FORMATION BY MOUSE CELLS LACKING TELOMERASE RNA

      Cell
    62. ZIJLMANS JMJM; MARTENS UM; POON SSS; RAAP AK; TANKE HJ; WARD RK; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERES IN THE MOUSE HAVE LARGE INTER-CHROMOSOMAL VARIATIONS IN THENUMBER OF T(2)AG(3) REPEATS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    63. LANSDORP PM
      LESSONS FROM MICE WITHOUT TELOMERASE

      The Journal of cell biology
    64. MARTENS UM; ZIJLMANS JMJM; POON SSS; DRAGOWSKA V; YUI J; CHAVEZ EA; LANSDORP PM
      SHORT TELOMERES ON THE P-ARM OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-17

      Blood
    65. THOMAS TE; FAIRHURST MA; LANSDORP PM
      RAPID SINGLE-STEP IMMUNOMAGNETIC ISOLATION OF HIGHLY ENRICHED PRIMITIVE HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS

      Blood
    66. BLASCO MA; LEE HW; HANDE MP; SAMPER E; DEPINHO RA; GREIDER CW; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE SHORTENING IN MOUSE CELLS LACKING TELOMERASE RNA

      Blood
    67. ZIJLMANS JMJM; BRUMMENDORF TH; DRAGOWSKA V; YUI J; MARTENS UM; CHAVEZ E; POON SSS; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE DYNAMICS AND PROLIFERATIVE CAPACITY OF INDIVIDUAL FETAL HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Blood
    68. BRUMMENDORF TH; DRAGOWSKA W; ZIJLMANS JMJM; THORNBURY G; LANSDORP PM
      FUNCTIONAL-HETEROGENEITY IN SUBCLONES DERIVED FROM SINGLE SORTED CD34(-) FETAL LIVER-CELLS()CD38()

      Blood
    69. BLAIR A; HOGGE DE; AILLES LE; LANSDORP PM; SUTHERLAND HJ
      LACK OF EXPRESSION OF THY-1 (CD90) ON ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA CELLS WITH LONG-TERM PROLIFERATIVE ABILITY IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Blood
    70. LITTLE MT; LANGLOIS S; WILSON RD; LANSDORP PM
      FREQUENCY OF FETAL CELLS IN SORTED SUBPOPULATIONS OF NUCLEATED ERYTHROID AND CD34(-BLOOD() HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS FROM MATERNAL PERIPHERAL)

      Blood
    71. MILLER CL; REBEL VI; HELGASON CD; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ
      IMPAIRED STEEL FACTOR RESPONSIVENESS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS THE DETECTION AND LONG-TERM MAINTENANCE OF FETAL LIVER HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLSIN-VIVO

      Blood
    72. LANSDORP PM
      CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE PNA KIND

      Nature biotechnology
    73. CHIU CP; DRAGOWSKA W; KIM NW; VAZIRI H; YUI J; THOMAS TE; HARLEY CB; LANSDORP PM
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF TELOMERASE ACTIVITY IN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS FROM ADULT HUMAN BONE-MARROW

      Stem cells
    74. LANSDORP PM; VERWOERD NP; VANDERIJKE FM; DRAGOWSKA V; LITTLE MT; DIRKS RW; RAAP AL; TANKE HJ
      HETEROGENEITY IN TELOMERE LENGTH OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOMES

      Human molecular genetics
    75. MARTENS UM; POON SSS; ZILLMANS JMJM; CHAVEZ EA; LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE LENGTH MEASUREMENTS USING SENSITIVE QUANTITATIVE FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Experimental hematology
    76. REBEL VI; MILLER CL; THORNBURY GR; DRAGOWSKA WH; EAVES CJ; LANSDORP PM
      A COMPARISON OF LONG-TERM REPOPULATING HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS IN FETAL LIVER AND ADULT BONE-MARROW FROM THE MOUSE

      Experimental hematology
    77. MILLER CL; REBEL VI; LEMIEUX ME; HELGASON CD; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ
      STUDIES OF W-MUTANT MICE PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR ALTERNATE MECHANISMS CAPABLE OF ACTIVATING HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    78. PETZER AL; HOGGE DE; LANSDORP PM; REID DS; EAVES CJ
      SELF-RENEWAL OF PRIMITIVE HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS (LONG-TERM-CULTURE-INITIATING CELLS) IN-VITRO AND THEIR EXPANSION IN DEFINED MEDIUM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    79. WATARI K; MAYANI H; LEE F; DRAGOWSKA W; LANSDORP PM; SCHRADER JW
      PRODUCTION OF INTERLEUKIN-1-BETA BY HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    80. PETZER AL; EAVES CJ; LANSDORP PM; PONCHIO L; BARNETT MJ; EAVES AC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PRIMITIVE SUBPOPULATIONS OF NORMAL AND LEUKEMIC-CELLS PRESENT IN THE BLOOD OF PATIENTS WITH NEWLY-DIAGNOSED AS WELL AS ESTABLISHED CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA

      Blood
    81. DONAHUE RE; BYRNE ER; THOMAS TE; KIRBY MR; AGRICOLA BA; SELLERS SE; GAUDERNACK G; KARLSSON S; LANSDORP PM
      TRANSPLANTATION AND GENE-TRANSFER OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE GENE INTO IMMUNOSELECTED PRIMATE CD34(-1(+) CELLS()THY)

      Blood
    82. SIMPSON DR; PHILLIPS GL; THOMAS TE; LANSDORP PM; BARNETT MJ; NANTEL SH; SHEPHERD JD; SHULTZ KR; DAVIS JH; SUTHERLAND HJ; HOOGE DE; TOZE CL; KLINGEMANN HG
      EX-VIVO DEPLETION OF T-LYMPHOCYTES BY IMMUNOMAGNETIC BEADS TO DECREASE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE AFTER UNRELATED DONOR MARROW TRANSPLANTATION

      Blood
    83. MARTENS UM; ZIJLMANS JMJM; YUI J; POON SSS; CHAVEZ EA; LANSDORP PM
      TISSUE INDEPENDENT VARIATION IN TELOMERE LENGTH ON SPECIFIC CHROMOSOMES

      Blood
    84. HOGGE DE; LANSDORP PM; REID D; GERHARD B; EAVES CJ
      ENHANCED DETECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PRIMITIVE HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS IN CULTURES CONTAINING MURINE FIBROBLASTS ENGINEERED TO PRODUCE HUMAN STEEL FACTOR, INTERLEUKIN-3, AND GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR

      Blood
    85. REBEL VI; MILLER CL; EAVES CJ; LANSDORP PM
      THE REPOPULATION POTENTIAL OF FETAL LIVER HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS INMICE EXCEEDS THAT OF THEIR ADULT BONE-MARROW COUNTERPARTS

      Blood
    86. SIRARD C; LAPIDOT T; VORMOOR J; CASHMAN JD; DOEDENS M; MURDOCH B; JAMAL N; MESSNER H; ADDEY L; MINDEN M; LARAYA P; KEATING A; EAVES A; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ; DICK JE
      NORMAL AND LEUKEMIC SCID-REPOPULATING CELLS (SRC) COEXIST IN THE BONE-MARROW AND PERIPHERAL-BLOOD FROM CML PATIENTS IN CHRONIC PHASE, WHEREAS LEUKEMIC SRC ARE DETECTED IN BLAST CRISIS

      Blood
    87. SAUVAGEAU G; THORSTEINSDOTTIR U; EAVES CJ; LAWRENCE HJ; LARGMAN C; LANSDORP PM; HUMPHRIES RK
      OVEREXPRESSION OF HOXB4 IN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS CAUSES THE SELECTIVE EXPANSION OF MORE PRIMITIVE POPULATIONS IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Genes & development
    88. PETZER AL; LANSDORP PM; SHAW GJ; BARNETT MJ; EAVES AC; EAVES CJ
      ELEVATED NUMBERS OF CD38(-), THY-1(-IC ARE PRESENT IN THE BLOOD OF NEWLY-DIAGNOSED CML PATIENTS AND INCLUDE BOTH PH(-) AND PH(+) GENOTYPES() LTC)

      Experimental hematology
    89. LANSDORP PM; CHIU CP; HARLEY CB; DRAGOWSKA V; KIM NW; VAZIRI H; THOMAS TE; CHEN J
      LOSS OF TELOMERIC DNA IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    90. PETZER AL; LANSDORP PM; HOGGE DE; REID D; EAVES CJ
      NORMAL ADULT HUMAN CD34(++) CD38(-) MARROW-CELLS MAINTAINED IN DEFINED MEDIA/

      Experimental hematology
    91. SAUVAGEAU G; THORSTEINSDOTTIR U; HOUGH MR; LAWRENCE HJ; LARGMAN C; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ; HUMPHRIES RK
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE HOXB4 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR ENHANCES EXPANSION OF TOTIPOTENT LONG-TERM REPOPULATING CELLS IN-VIVO

      Experimental hematology
    92. MAYANI H; LITTLE MT; DRAGOWSKA W; THORNBURY G; LANSDORP PM
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC INHIBITORS MIP-1-ALPHA, TGF-BETA, AND TNF-ALPHA ON CYTOKINE-INDUCED PROLIFERATION OF SUBPOPULATIONS OF CD34(-BLOOD AND FETAL LIVER() CELLS PURIFIED FROM CORD)

      Experimental hematology
    93. LANSDORP PM
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN THE FUNCTION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    94. MAYANI H; LANSDORP PM
      PROLIFERATION OF INDIVIDUAL HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS PURIFIED FROM UMBILICAL-CORD BLOOD

      Experimental hematology
    95. LANSDORP PM
      TELOMERE LENGTH AND PROLIFERATION POTENTIAL OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Journal of Cell Science
    96. GHAFFARI S; DOUGHERTY GJ; LANSDORP PM; EAVES AC; EAVES CJ
      DIFFERENTIATION - ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN CD44 ISOFORM EXPRESSION DURING NORMAL HEMATOPOIESIS AND THEIR ALTERATION IN CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA

      Blood
    97. LEMIEUX ME; REBEL VI; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ
      CHARACTERIZATION AND PURIFICATION OF A PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL TYPE IN ADULT-MOUSE MARROW CAPABLE OF LYMPHOMYELOID DIFFERENTIATION IN LONG-TERM MARROW SWITCH CULTURES

      Blood
    98. MILLER CL; REBEL YL; LANSDORP PM; EAVES CJ
      STEEL FACTOR IS A MORE IMPORTANT REGULATOR OF THE LONG-TERM (BY COMPARISON TO THE SHORT-TERM) HEMATOPOIETIC ACTIVITY OF TRANSPLANTED HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Blood
    99. REBEL VI; MILLER CL; EAVES CJ; LANSDORP PM
      PHENOTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS FROM MURINE ADULT BONE-MARROW VERSUS FETAL LIVER REVEAL DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO PROLIFERATIVE AND SELF-RENEWAL PROPERTIES

      Blood
    100. SAUVAGEAU G; THORSTEINSDOTTIR U; HOUGH MR; LANSDORP PM; LAWRENCE HJ; LARGMAN C; HUMPHRIES RK
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      Blood


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