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    1. Douay, L
      Experimental culture conditions are critical for ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic cells

      JOURNAL OF HEMATOTHERAPY & STEM CELL RESEARCH
    2. Olesen, G; Tonder, H; Holm, MS; Hokland, P
      Long-term culture of hematopoietic stem cells - validating the stromal component of the CAFC assay

      CYTOTHERAPY
    3. Duhrsen, U; Martinez, T; Vohwinkel, G; Ergun, S; Sun, L; McMahon, G; Durig, J; Hossfeld, DK; Fielder, W
      Effects of vascular endothelial and platelet-derived growth factor receptor inhibitors on long-term cultures from normal human bone marrow

      GROWTH FACTORS
    4. Deligianni, DD; Katsala, ND; Koutsoukos, PG; Missirlis, YF
      Effect of surface roughness of hydroxyapatite on human bone marrow cell adhesion, proliferation, differentiation and detachment strength

      BIOMATERIALS
    5. Allan, GF; Hutchins, A; Liu, XL; Clancy, J
      Induction of the progesterone receptor gene in estrogen target cells monitored by branched DNA signal amplification

      STEROIDS
    6. Takeuchi, T; Tsuboi, T; Arai, M; Togari, A
      Adrenergic stimulation of osteoclastogenesis mediated by expression of osteoclast differentiation factor in MC3T3-E1 osteoblast-like cells

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Ooi, CG; Walsh, CA; Gallagher, JA; Fraser, WD
      Absence of measles virus and canine distemper virus transcripts in long-term bone marrow cultures from patients with Paget's disease of bone

      BONE
    8. Okubo, T; Yanai, N; Obinata, M
      Self-renewal and differentiation of a novel bipotent myeloid progenitor clone in the stroma-dependent culture

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    9. Kobari, L; Pflumio, F; Giarratana, MC; Li, XX; Titeux, M; Izac, B; Leteurtre, F; Coulombel, L; Douay, L
      In vitro and in vivo evidence for the long-term multilineage (myeloid, B, NK, and T) reconstitution capacity of ex vivo expanded human CD34(+) cord blood cells

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    10. Janda, SS; Boranic, M; Sucic, M; Petrovecki, M; Golubic-Cepulic, B; Aurer, I; Labar, B
      Effects of a membrane-metallopeptidase blocking agent thiorphan in long-term cultures of human bone marrow

      HAEMATOLOGIA
    11. Seto, H; Aoki, K; Kasugai, S; Ohya, K
      Trabecular bone turnover, bone marrow cell development, and gene expression of bone matrix proteins after low calcium feeding in rats

      BONE
    12. Meissner, P; Schroder, B; Herfurth, C; Biselli, M
      Development of a fixed bed bioreactor for the expansion of human hematopoietic progenitor cells

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    13. Budak-Alpdogan, T; Alpdogan, O; Akoglu, T
      Morphological and functional characteristics of short-term and long-term bone marrow cultures in chronic myelogenous leukemia

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEMATOLOGY
    14. Takenaka, T; Hendrickson, CS; Tworek, DM; Tudor, M; Schiffmann, R; Brady, RO; Medin, JA
      Enzymatic and functional correction along with long-term enzyme secretion from transduced bone marrow hematopoietic stem progenitor and stromal cellsderived from patients with Fabry disease

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    15. Goliaei, B; Soheili, Z
      Behaviour of heat-treated bone marrow cells in long-term bone marrow cultures

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYPERTHERMIA
    16. Aizawa, S; Nakano, M; Iwase, O; Yaguchi, M; Hiramoto, M; Hoshi, H; Nabeshima, R; Shima, D; Handa, H; Toyama, K
      Bone marrow stroma from refractory anemia of myelodysplastic syndrome is defective in its ability to support normal CD34-positive cell proliferation and differentiation in vitro

      LEUKEMIA RESEARCH
    17. Francz, G; Schroeder, A; Hauert, R
      Surface analysis and bioreactions of Ti- and V-containing a-C : H

      SURFACE AND INTERFACE ANALYSIS
    18. Haake, M; Wessel, C; Wilke, A
      Influence of extracorporeal shock waves on human bone marrow cell culture

      BIOMEDIZINISCHE TECHNIK
    19. Rizzo, S; Killick, SB; Patel, S; Ball, SE; Wadhwa, M; Dilger, P; Gordon-Smith, EC
      Reduced TGF-beta 1 in patients with aplastic anaemia in vivo and in vitro

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    20. Gao, YH; Yamaguchi, M
      Inhibitory effect of genistein on osteoclast-like cell formation in mouse marrow cultures

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    21. GRIBALDO L; CASATI S; FIGLIUZZI L; MARAFANTE E
      IN-VITRO MYELOTOXICITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    22. AMIOT L; LANGANAY T; DRENOU B; LELONG B; LEPRISE PY; LOGEAIS Y; COLIMON R; FAUCHET R
      SPONTANEOUS-RECOVERY FROM SEVERE PARVOVIRUS B19 PURE RED-CELL APLASIA, IN A HEART-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT, AS DEMONSTRATED BY MARROW CULTURE

      HEMATOLOGY AND CELL THERAPY
    23. HAUSER SP; ALLEWELT MC; LIPSCHITZ DA
      EFFECTS OF MYELOTOXIC AGENTS ON CYTOKINE PRODUCTION IN MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Stem cells
    24. GOTUZZO E
      THE PERUVIAN EXPERIENCE - CHOLERA AND OTHER INFECTIOUS-DISEASES

      Infectious diseases in clinical practice
    25. KASPER C; SCHWARZER A; DEWYNTER EA; CHANG J; DEXTER TM; RYDER D; TESTA NG
      RECOMBINANT HUMAN MEGAKARYOCYTE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FACTOR (MGDF) INCREASES THE NUMBERS OF MEGAKARYOCYTE PROGENITOR CELLS TO NORMAL VALUES IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES OF PATIENTS WITH AML IN FIRST REMISSION

      Leukemia
    26. TALTS JF; FALK M; EKBLOM M
      EXPANSION OF THE NONADHERENT MYELOID CELL-POPULATION BY MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES AGAINST TENASCIN-C IN MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Experimental hematology
    27. YAROSLAVSKIY B; COLSON Y; ILDSTAD S; PARRISH D; BOGGS SS
      ADDITION OF A BONE-MARROW FACILITATING CELL-POPULATION INCREASES STEMCELL-DERIVED COBBLESTONE AREA FORMATION IN IMPAIRED LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE STROMA

      Experimental hematology
    28. THIEMANN FT; MOORE KA; SMOGORZEWSKA EM; LEMISCHKA IR; CROOKS GM
      THE MURINE STROMAL CELL-LINE AFT024 ACTS SPECIFICALLY ON HUMAN CD34(-) PROGENITORS TO MAINTAIN PRIMITIVE FUNCTION AND IMMUNOPHENOTYPE IN-VITRO()CD38()

      Experimental hematology
    29. Aizawa, S; Hiramoto, M; Araki, S; Negishi, S; Kimura, Y; Hoshi, H; Kojima, S; Wakasugi, K
      Stimulatory effects of neopterin on hematopoiesis in vitro are mediated byactivation of stromal cell function

      HEMATOLOGICAL ONCOLOGY
    30. GIARRATANA MC; KOBARI L; NGUYEN TMAN; FIRAT H; BOUCHET S; LOPEZ M; GORIN NC; THIERRY D; DOUAY L
      CELL-CULTURE BAGS ALLOW A LARGE EXTENT OF EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF LTC-ICAND FUNCTIONAL MATURE CELLS WHICH CAN SUBSEQUENTLY BE FROZEN - INTEREST FOR LARGE-SCALE CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    31. GUICHEUX J; HEYMANN D; GOUIN F; PILET P; FAIVRE A; DACULSI G
      GROWTH-HORMONE STIMULATES MULTINUCLEATED CELL-FORMATION IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      European journal of cell biology
    32. MCMULLIN MF; BUCKLEY O; MAGILL MK; IRVINE AE
      LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE PROFILES IN PATIENTS WITH MYELODYSPLASTIC SYNDROMES ARE NOT EXPLICABLE BY DEFECTIVE APOPTOSIS

      Leukemia research
    33. MOLL J; KHALDOYANIDI S; SLEEMAN JP; ACHTNICH M; PREUSS I; PONTA H; HERRLICH P
      2 DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS FOR CD44 PROTEINS IN HUMAN MYELOPOIESIS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    34. WILKE A; ORTH J; LOMB M; FUHRMANN R; KIENAPFEL H; GRISS P; FRANKE RP
      BIOCOMPATIBILITY ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT BIOMATERIALS IN HUMAN BONE-MARROW CELL-CULTURES

      Journal of biomedical materials research
    35. LEE MY; FEVOLD KL; MUGURUMA Y; LOTTSFELDT JL
      CONDITIONS THAT SUPPORT LONG-TERM PRODUCTION OF OSTEOCLAST PROGENITORS IN-VITRO

      Stem cells
    36. HAUSER SP; KAJKENOVA O; LIPSCHITZ DA
      THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF INTERLEUKIN-6 IN FORMATION AND FUNCTION OF HEMATOPOIETICALLY ACTIVE MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Stem cells
    37. SPARROW RL; OFLAHERTY E; BLANKSBY TM; SZER J; VANDERWEYDEN MB
      PERTURBATION IN THE ABILITY OF BONE-MARROW STROMA FROM PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA BUT NOT CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA TO SUPPORT NORMAL EARLY HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR

      Leukemia research
    38. ASTALDI G
      THE IN-VITRO CULTURE OF HUMAN BONE-MARROW AND PERIPHERAL-BLOOD CELLS IN THE STUDY OF HAEMOLYMPHOPOIESIS - A HISTORICAL REVIEW

      Haematologia
    39. NAFU R; LELKES G; GIDALI J; ELKATHIB Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-STUDY ON THE IN-VITRO INTERACTION BETWEEN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS AND STROMAL CELLS - A NEW METHOD USING GEL TECHNIQUE

      Haematologia
    40. GARBE A; SPYRIDONIDIS A; MOBEST D; SCHMOOR C; MERTELSMANN R; HENSCHLER R
      TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 DELAYS FORMATION OF GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-FORMING CELLS, BUT SPARES MORE PRIMITIVE PROGENITORS DURING EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF CD34(+) HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      British Journal of Haematology
    41. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      VARIATIONS IN CULTURE PH AFFECT THE CLONING EFFICIENCY AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PROGENITOR CELLS IN EX-VIVO HEMATOPOIESIS

      British Journal of Haematology
    42. MIYAMOTO K; WAKI Y; HORITA T; KASUGAI S; OHYA K
      REDUCTION OF BONE LOSS BY DENBUFYLLINE, AN INHIBITOR OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE-4

      Biochemical pharmacology
    43. AIZAWA S; NAKANO M; YAGUCHI M; KURIYAMA Y; IWASE O; TOYAMA K; TANAKA K; HOSHI H; SUGIMOTO K; KAIDO A; IMAI T; NABESHIMA R; HANDA H
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF BONE-MARROW STROMAL CELLS IN AGRANULOCYTOSIS CAUSED BY VESNARINONE TREATMENT

      Acta haematologica
    44. MOQATTASH S; LUTTON JD; ROSENTHAL G; ABUHIJLEH MF; ABRAHAM NG
      EFFECT OF BLOOD SUBSTITUTE, RECOMBINANT HEMOGLOBIN, ON IN-VIVO HEMATOPOIETIC RECOVERY FROM AZT TOXICITY

      Acta haematologica
    45. AOYAGI A; AOYAGI M; WAGA K; ENOKIHARA H; FURUSAWA S
      PREFERENTIAL INHIBITORY EFFECT OF SOLUBLE FACTOR(S) IN HUMAN BONE-MARROW STROMAL CELLS ON PROLIFERATION OF K562 LEUKEMIA-CELLS VERSUS NORMAL MYELOID PROGENITOR CELLS

      International journal of hematology
    46. GENEVAY MC; MORMONT C; THOMAS F; BERTHIER R
      THE SYNTHETIC TETRAPEPTIDE ACSDKP PROTECTS CELLS THAT RECONSTITUTE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW STROMAL CULTURES FROM THE EFFECTS OF MAFOSFAMIDE (ASTA-Z-7654)

      Experimental hematology
    47. GLUZMAN DF; ABRAMENKO IV; KLIMENKO VI; DYAGIL IS
      PRIMARY MYELODYSPLASTIC SYNDROMES - CYTOM ORPHOLOGIC, PATHOGENIC, MOLECULAR AND GENETIC-ASPECTS

      Eksperimental'naa onkologia
    48. MCADAMS TA; MILLER WM; PAPOUTSAKIS ET
      HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL CULTURE THERAPIES .2. CELL-CULTURE CONSIDERATIONS

      Trends in biotechnology
    49. ABRAHAM NG
      HEMATOPOIETIC EFFECTS OF BENZENE INHALATION ASSESSED BY LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE

      Environmental health perspectives
    50. SUGAYA H; YOSHIMURA K; ABE T
      MEDIASTINAL LYMPH-NODE CELLS OF ANGIOSTRONGYLUS CANTONENSIS-INFECTED RATS RESPOND TO ANTIGENS AND RELEASE INTERLEUKIN-5 IN-VITRO

      International journal for parasitology
    51. GILL V; SHATTOCK RJ; FREEDMAN AR; ROBINSON G; GRIFFIN GE; GORDONSMITH EC; GIBSON FM
      MACROPHAGES ARE THE MAJOR TARGET-CELL FOR HIV-INFECTION IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE AND DEMONSTRATE DUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LYMPHOCYTOTROPIC AND MONOCYTOTROPIC STRAINS OF HIV-1

      British Journal of Haematology
    52. NAMIKAWA R; MUENCH MO; DEVRIES JE; RONCAROLO MG
      THE FLK2 FLT3 LIGAND SYNERGIZES WITH INTERLEUKIN-7 IN PROMOTING STROMAL-CELL-INDEPENDENT EXPANSION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN FETAL PRO-BCELLS IN-VITRO/

      Blood
    53. SZILVASSY SJ; WELLER KP; LIN WY; SHARMA AK; HO ASY; TSUKAMOTO A; HOFFMAN R; LEIBY KR; GEARING DP
      LEUKEMIA INHIBITORY FACTOR UP-REGULATES CYTOKINE EXPRESSION BY A MURINE STROMAL CELL-LINE ENABLING THE MAINTENANCE OF HIGHLY ENRICHED COMPETITIVE REPOPULATING STEM-CELLS

      Blood
    54. HIGHFILL JG; HALEY SD; KOMPALA DS
      LARGE-SCALE PRODUCTION OF MURINE BONE-MARROW CELLS IN AN AIRLIFT PACKED-BED BIOREACTOR

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    55. JANTUNEN R; JUVONEN E; AIMOLAHTI A; RUUTU T
      LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES IN POLYCYTHEMIA-VERA AND ESSENTIAL THROMBOCYTHEMIA

      Acta haematologica
    56. WANG SY; CHEN LY; HSU ML; TZENG CH; HO CH; HO CK
      EFFECT OF LYMPHOCYTES ON THE PRODUCTION OF GRANULOMONOPOIETIC ENHANCING FACTOR BY FULLY MATURE MACROPHAGES

      Stem cells
    57. GUENECHEA G; BUEREN JA; MAGANTO G; TUDURI P; GUERRERO A; PIVEL JP; REAL A
      AM5, A PROTEIN-ASSOCIATED POLYSACCHARIDE, STIMULATES HEMATOPOIESIS AND MODULATES THE EXPRESSION OF ENDOGENOUS HEMATOPOIETIC GROWTH-FACTORS IN MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Stem cells
    58. JOENJE H; MATHEW C; GLUCKMAN E
      FANCONI-ANEMIA RESEARCH - CURRENT STATUS AND PROSPECTS

      European journal of cancer
    59. BARBE E; DAMOISEAUX JGMC; DOPP EA; DIJKSTRA CD
      STROMAL COMPONENTS IN RAT BONE-MARROW FROZEN-SECTIONS COMPARED TO LONG-TERM RAT BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Comparative haematology international
    60. ITO T; HATTORI T; OKANO S; ABE T
      IN-VITRO NEUROBLASTOMAL CLUMP FORMATIONS AS AN INDICATOR OF A BONE-MARROW METASTASIS

      International journal of hematology
    61. GOLIAEI B; SOHEILI Z; BEHBOODI A; SAMIEI S
      HEMATOPOIESIS IN THE PRESENCE OF MACROPHAGES IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROWCULTURES

      Experimental hematology
    62. WANG TY; BRENNAN JK; WU JHD
      MULTILINEAL HEMATOPOIESIS IN A 3-DIMENSIONAL MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE

      Experimental hematology
    63. PERKINS SL; KLING SJ
      LOCAL CONCENTRATIONS OF MACROPHAGE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR MEDIATE OSTEOCLASTIC DIFFERENTIATION

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    64. WILKINS BS; JONES DB
      VASCULAR NETWORKS WITHIN THE STROMA OF HUMAN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      Journal of pathology
    65. GIBSON FM; SCOPES J; DALY S; BALL S; GORDONSMITH EC
      HEMATOPOIETIC GROWTH-FACTOR PRODUCTION BY NORMAL AND APLASTIC-ANEMIA STROMA IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE

      British Journal of Haematology
    66. GIBSON FM; SCOPES J; DALY S; RIZZO S; BALL SE; GORDONSMITH EC
      IL-3 IS PRODUCED BY NORMAL STROMA IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      British Journal of Haematology
    67. OTSUKA T; OGO T; NAKANO T; NIIRO H; KUGA S; SATOH H; FURUKAWA Y; ZIPORI D; NIHO Y
      EXPRESSION OF THE C-KIT LIGAND AND INTERLEUKIN-6 GENES IN MOUSE BONE-MARROW STROMAL CELL-LINES

      Stem cells
    68. ZAHEER HA; GIBSON FM; BAGNARA M; GORDONSMITH EC; RUTHERFORD TR
      DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY TO CRYOPRESERVATION OF CLONOGENIC PROGENITORCELLS AND STROMAL PRECURSORS FROM LEUKEMIC AND NORMAL BONE-MARROW

      Stem cells
    69. LU L; HERBERMAN RB; DELEO AB
      ANTI-LY-6E.1-MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY-MEDIATED AUGMENTATION OF INTERLEUKIN-2-DEPENDENT GENERATION OF NATURAL-KILLER-CELL ACTIVITY FROM MOUSE BONE-MARROW CELLS

      Natural immunity
    70. BETHEL CAI; STEINKIRCHNER T; ZANJANI ED; FLAKE AW
      STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT OF HUMAN FETAL HEMATOPOIESIS - IN-VITRO MORPHOLOGIC STUDIES

      Pathobiology
    71. NISSEN C
      GLYCOSYLATION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR - IMPLICATIONS FOR STABILITY AND POTENCY

      European journal of cancer
    72. AOYAGI M; FURUSAWA S; WAGA K; TSUNOGAKE S; SHISHIDO H
      SUPPRESSION OF NORMAL HEMATOPOIESIS IN ACUTE-LEUKEMIA - EFFECT OF LEUKEMIC-CELLS ON BONE-MARROW STROMAL CELLS AND HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      Internal medicine
    73. BREEMS DA; BLOKLAND EAW; NEBEN S; PLOEMACHER RE
      FREQUENCY-ANALYSIS OF HUMAN PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL SUBSETSUSING A COBBLESTONE AREA FORMING CELL ASSAY

      Leukemia
    74. MIGLIACCIO AR; MIGLIACCIO G; ADAMSON JW
      EXPANSION OF HUMAN NEONATAL PROGENITOR CELLS IN-VITRO UNDER SERUM-DEPRIVED CONDITIONS

      Blood cells
    75. SIMMONS PJ; AYLETT GW; NIUTTA S; TO LB; JUTTNER CA; ASHMAN LK
      C-KIT IS EXPRESSED BY PRIMITIVE HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS THAT GIVE RISE TO COLONY-FORMING CELLS IN STROMA-DEPENDENT CYTOKINE-SUPPLEMENTED CULTURE

      Experimental hematology
    76. MODDERMAN WE; VRIJHEIDLAMMERS T; LOWIK CWGM; NIJWEIDE PJ
      REMOVAL OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS AND MACROPHAGES FROM MOUSE BONE-MARROWCULTURES - ISOLATION OF FIBROBLAST-LIKE STROMAL CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    77. MCKENNA SD; MEDLOCK ES; GREINER DL; GOLDSCHNEIDER I
      A SELECTIVE CULTURE SYSTEM FOR GENERATING TERMINAL DEOXYNUCLEOTIDYL TRANSFERASE-POSITIVE LYMPHOID PRECURSOR CELLS IN-VITRO .4. PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE LYMPHOID-CELLS IN THE ADHERENT AND NONADHERENT COMPARTMENTS OF THE CULTURE

      Experimental hematology
    78. BURROUGHS J; GUPTA P; BLAZAR BR; VERFAILLIE CM
      DIFFUSIBLE FACTORS FROM THE MURINE CELL-LINE M2-10B4 SUPPORT HUMAN IN-VITRO HEMATOPOIESIS

      Experimental hematology
    79. SOEKANTO A; OHYA K; OGURA H
      THE EFFECT OF SODIUM-SALICYLATE ON THE OSTEOCLAST-LIKE CELL-FORMATIONAND BONE-RESORPTION IN A MOUSE BONE-MARROW CULTURE

      Calcified tissue international
    80. NISHIKAWA S; NAKASATO M; TAKAKURA N; OGAWA M; KODAMA H; NISHIKAWA SI
      STROMAL CELL-DEPENDENT BONE-MARROW CULTURE WITH A NEARLY PROTEIN-FREEDEFINED MEDIUM

      Immunology letters
    81. BONANNO E; ERCOLI L; MISSORI P; ROCCHI G; SPAGNOLI LG
      HOMOGENEOUS STROMAL CELL-POPULATION FROM NORMAL HUMAN ADULT BONE-MARROW EXPRESSING ALPHA-SMOOTH MUSCLE ACTIN-FILAMENTS

      Laboratory investigation
    82. SOEKANTO A
      INHIBITION OF OSTEOCLAST-LIKE CELL-FORMATION BY SODIUM-SALICYLATE ANDINDOMETHACIN IN MOUSE BONE-MARROW CULTURE

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    83. AKIYAMA Y; HARA K; TAJIMA T; MUROTA S; MORITA I
      EFFECT OF VITAMIN-K-2 (MENATETRENONE) ON OSTEOCLAST-LIKE CELL-FORMATION IN MOUSE BONE-MARROW CULTURES

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. HAUSER SP; UDUPA KB; LIPSCHITZ DA
      EFFECTS OF CEFTAZIDIME, A BETA-LACTAM ANTIBIOTIC, ON MURINE HEMATOPOIESIS IN-VITRO

      British Journal of Haematology
    85. KELLER U; AMAN MJ; DERIGS G; HUBER C; PESCHEL C
      HUMAN INTERLEUKIN-4 ENHANCES STROMAL CELL-DEPENDENT HEMATOPOIESIS - COSTIMULATION WITH STEM-CELL FACTOR

      Blood
    86. NAUGHTON BA; SANROMAN WJ; SIBANDA B; WEINTRAUB JP; KAMALI V
      STEREOTYPIC CULTURE SYSTEMS FOR LIVER AND BONE-MARROW - EVIDENCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUNCTIONAL TISSUE IN-VITRO AND FOLLOWING IMPLANTATION IN-VIVO

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    87. CHERTKOV JL; JIANG S; LUTTON JD; HARRISON J; LEVERE RD; TIEFENTHALER M; ABRAHAM NG
      THE HEMATOPOIETIC STROMAL MICROENVIRONMENT PROMOTES RETROVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER INTO HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Stem cells
    88. CHANG J; COUTINHO LH; SANTOS AMW; BRERETON M; HARRISON CJ; TESTA NG
      RESIDUAL PH(-) CELLS IN CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA - DETECTION AND USEFULNESS

      Stem cells
    89. TREWEEKE AT; HAMPSON J; CLARK RE
      LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES ESTABLISHED FROM BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    90. MORI M; TSUCHIYAMA J; OKADA S
      PROLIFERATION, MIGRATION AND PLATELET-RELEASE BY MEGAKARYOCYTES IN LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURE IN COLLAGEN GEL

      Cell structure and function
    91. DUNLOP JM; FIRKIN F; MCNIECE IK; BERTONCELLO I
      ACCELERATED ESTABLISHMENT OF MURINE LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW CULTURES BYADDITION OF STEM-CELL FACTOR

      Experimental hematology
    92. TUCKER D; BOL S; KANNOURAKIS G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF STROMA-ADHERENT COLONY-FORMING CELLS - A CLONOGENIC-ASSAY FOR EARLY HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS

      Experimental hematology
    93. SCHUETZE S; STENBERG PE; KABAT D
      THE ETS-RELATED TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PU1 IMMORTALIZES ERYTHROBLASTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    94. SUGAYA H; ABE T; YOSHIMURA K; SASAKI O
      ANTIGEN-DEPENDENT RELEASE OF INTERLEUKIN-5 IN-VITRO FROM SPLEEN-CELLSOF MICE INFECTED WITH ANGIOSTRONGYLUS-CANTONENSIS

      International journal for parasitology
    95. HARRISON J; KAPPAS A; LEVERE RD; LUTTON JD; CHERTKOV JL; JIANG SL; ABRAHAM NG
      ADDITIVE EFFECT OF ERYTHROPOIETIN AND HEME ON MURINE HEMATOPOIETIC RECOVERY AFTER AZIDOTHYMIDINE TREATMENT

      Blood


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