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    1. de Wynter, EA; Heyworth, CM; Mukaida, N; Matsushima, K; Testa, NG
      NOD/SCID repopulating cells but not LTC-IC are enriched in human CD34(+) cells expressing the CCR1 chemokine receptor

      LEUKEMIA
    2. Boiret, N; Kanold, J; Bons, JM; Rapatel, C; Halle, P; Tournilhac, O; Guilhouard, L; Guerin, JJ; Travade, P; Demeocq, F; Bonhomme, J; Berger, MG
      Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor-mobilized peripheral blood CD34(+) cells from children contain the same levels of long-term culture-initiating cells producing the same numbers of colony-forming cells as those from adults, but display greater in vitro monocyte/macrophage potential

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    3. Matsumoto, K; Yasui, K; Yamashita, N; Horie, Y; Yamada, T; Tani, Y; Shibata, H; Nakano, T
      In vitro proliferation potential of AC133 positive cells in peripheral blood

      STEM CELLS
    4. Carlo-Stella, C; Cesana, C; Regazzi, E; Falzetti, F; Aversa, F; Rizzoli, V; Martelli, M; Tabilio, A
      Peripheral blood progenitor cell mobilization in healthy donors receiving recombinant human granulocyte colony-stimulating factor

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    5. Petzer, AL; Gunsilius, E; Zech, N; Clausen, J; Hoflehner, E; Nussbaumer, W; Gastl, G
      Evaluation of optimal survival of primitive progenitor cells (LTC-IC) fromPBPC apheresis products after overnight storage

      BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION
    6. Minamiguchi, H; Yahata, N; Kimura, T; Fujiki, H; Harada, S; Wang, JF; Okuda, K; Kaneko, H; Hodohara, K; Banba, T; Yasukawa, K; Ohyashiki, JH; Ohyashiki, K; Abe, T; Sonoda, Y
      Interleukin 6 receptor expression by human cord blood- or peripheral blood-derived primitive haematopoietic progenitors implies acquisition of different functional properties

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    7. Tennant, GB; Truran, LN; Bailey-Wood, R; Burnett, AK
      Control of pH in human long-term bone marrow cultures with low-glucose medium containing zwitterion buffer lengthens the period of haemopoietic activity

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    8. Lucotti, C; Malabarba, L; Rosti, V; Bergamaschi, G; Danova, M; Invernizzi, R; Pecci, A; Ramajoli, I; Perotti, C; Torretta, L; De Amici, M; Salvaneschi, L; Cazzola, M
      Cell cycle distribution of cord blood-derived haematopoietic progenitor cells and their recruitment into the S-phase of the cell cycle

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    9. Turhan, AG; Bourhis, JH; Bonnet, ML; Novault, S; Bayle, C; Bennaceur, A; Vainchenker, W; Pico, JL; Beaujean, F
      Unfractionated peripheral blood stem cell autografts and CD34(+)-enriched autografts have similar long-term culture initiating capacity in multiple myeloma

      HEMATOLOGY AND CELL THERAPY
    10. de Wynter, EA; Emmerson, AJB; Testa, NG
      Properties of peripheral blood and cord blood stem cells

      BAILLIERES CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    11. Frassoni, F; Podesta, M; Piaggio, G
      Normal and leukaemic haematopoiesis in bone marrow and peripheral blood ofpatients with chronic myeloid leukaemia

      BAILLIERES CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    12. Punzel, M; Gupta, P; Roodell, M; Mortari, F; Verfaillie, CM
      Factor(s) secreted by AFT024 fetal liver cells following stimulation with human cytokines are important for human LTC-IC growth

      LEUKEMIA
    13. Punzel, M; Moore, KA; Lemischka, IR; Verfaillie, CM
      The type of stromal feeder used in limiting dilution assays influences frequency and maintenance assessment of human long-term culture initiating cells

      LEUKEMIA
    14. Cesana, C; Regazzi, E; Garau, D; Caramatti, C; Mangoni, L; Rizzoli, V
      Clonogenic potential and phenotypic analysis of CD34(+) cells mobilized bydifferent chemotherapy regimens

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    15. Holyoake, TL; Nicolini, FE; Eaves, CJ
      Functional differences between transplantable human hematopoietic stem cells from fetal liver, cord blood, and adult marrow

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    16. Galotto, M; Berisso, G; Delfino, L; Podesta, M; Ottaggio, L; Dallorso, S; Dufour, C; Ferrara, GB; Abbondandolo, A; Dini, G; Bacigalupo, A; Cancedda, R; Quarto, R
      Stromal damage as consequence of high-dose chemo/radiotherapy in bone marrow transplant recipients

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    17. Koller, MR; Oxender, M; Jensen, TC; Goltry, KL; Smith, AK
      Direct contact between CD34(+)lin(-) cells and stroma induces a soluble activity that specifically increases primitive hematopoietic cell production

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    18. Blazsek, I; Marsalet, BD; Legras, S; Marion, S; Machover, D; Misset, JL
      Large scale recovery and characterization of stromal cell-associated primitive haemopoietic progenitor cells from filter-retained human bone marrow

      BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION
    19. Cilloni, D; Garau, D; Regazzi, E; Sammarelli, G; Savoldo, B; Caramatti, C; Mangoni, L; Rizzoli, V; Carlo-Stella, C
      Primitive hematopoietic progenitors within mobilized blood are spared by uncontrolled rate freezing

      BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION
    20. Selleri, C; Maciejewski, JP; De Rosa, G; Raiola, A; Risitano, AM; Picardi, M; Pezzullo, L; Luciano, L; Ricci, P; Varriale, G; Della Cioppa, P; Del Vecchio, L; Rotoli, B
      Long-lasting decrease of marrow and circulating long-term culture initiating cells after allogeneic bone marrow transplant

      BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION
    21. Denning-Kendall, PA; Horsley, H; Donaldson, C; Bradley, B; Hows, JM
      Different behaviour of fresh and cultured CD34(+) cells during immunomagnetic separation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    22. DEWYNTER EA; BUCK D; HART C; HEYWOOD R; COUTINHO LH; CLAYTON A; RAFFERTY JA; BURT D; GUENECHEA G; BUEREN JA; GAGEN D; FAIRBAIRN LJ; LORD BI; TESTA NG
      CD34(-TERM CULTURE-INITIATING CELLS, NOD()AC133(+) CELLS ISOLATED FROM CORD BLOOD ARE HIGHLY ENRICHED IN LONG)SCID-REPOPULATING CELLS AND DENDRITIC CELL PROGENITORS/

      Stem cells
    23. SATO T; KIM S; SELLERI C; YOUNG NS; MACIEJEWSKI JP
      MEASUREMENT OF SECONDARY COLONY FORMATION AFTER 5 WEEKS IN LONG-TERM CULTURES IN PATIENTS WITH MYELODYSPLASTIC SYNDROME

      Leukemia
    24. SAKABE H; YAHATA N; KIMURA T; ZENG ZZ; MINAMIGUCHI H; KANEKO H; MORI KJ; OHYASHIKI K; OHYASHIKI JH; TOYAMA K; ABE T; SONODA Y
      HUMAN CORD BLOOD-DERIVED PRIMITIVE PROGENITORS ARE ENRICHED IN CD34(-KIT(-) CELLS - CORRELATION BETWEEN LONG-TERM CULTURE-INITIATING CELLS AND TELOMERASE EXPRESSION()C)

      Leukemia
    25. DELILIERS GL; SERVIDA F; LAMORTE G; QUIRICI N; SOLIGO D
      IN-VITRO EFFECT OF CLOZAPINE ON HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      Haematologica
    26. Nadali, G; de Wynter, EA; Perandin, F; Tavecchia, L; Vincenzi, C; Ambrosetti, A; Fornale, M; Perona, G; Pizzolo, G; Testa, NG
      Regulation of the proliferative potential of cord blood long-term culture-initiating cells (LTC-IC) by different stromal cell lines: implications forLTC-IC measurement

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    27. 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
    28. MARUYAMA K; TSUJI K; TANAKA R; YAMADA K; KODERA Y; NAKAHATA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PROGENITOR CELLS MOBILIZED BY NARTOGRASTIM (N-TERMINAL REPLACED GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR)IN NORMAL VOLUNTEERS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    29. DENNINGKENDALL PA; HORSLEY H; NICOL A; NIEDA M; BRADLEY B; HOWS JM
      CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF IN-VITRO EXPANSION OF CORD-BLOOD

      Bone marrow transplantation
    30. KOBARI L; GIARRATANA MC; POLONI A; FIRAT H; LABOPIN M; GORIN NC; DOUAY L
      FLT-3 LIGAND, MGDF, EPO AND G-CSF ENHANCE EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL COMPARTMENTS IN THE PRESENCE OF SCF, IL-3 AND IL-6

      Bone marrow transplantation
    31. CESANA C; CARLOSTELLA C; REGAZZI E; GARAU D; SAMMARELLI G; CARAMATTI C; TABILIO A; MANGONI L; RIZZOLI V
      CD34(-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR (G-CSF) ARE FUNCTIONALLY DIFFERENT FROM CD34(+) CELLS MOBILIZED BY G-CSF() CELLS MOBILIZED BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE AND GRANULOCYTE)

      Bone marrow transplantation
    32. DENNINGKENDALL PA; NICOL A; HORSLEY H; DONALDSON C; BRADLEY B; HOWS JM
      IS IN-VITRO EXPANSION OF HUMAN CORD-BLOOD CELLS CLINICALLY RELEVANT

      Bone marrow transplantation
    33. POLONI A; GIARRATANA MC; FIRAT H; KOBARI L; GORIN NC; DOUAY L
      THE EX-VIVO EXPANSION CAPACITY OF NORMAL HUMAN BONE-MARROW CELLS IS DEPENDENT ON EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS - ROLE OF THE CELL CONCENTRATION, SERUM AND CD34-FREE CULTURES( CELL SELECTION IN STROMA)

      HEMATOLOGY AND CELL THERAPY
    34. SAKABE H; OHMIZONO Y; TANIMUKAI S; KIMURA T; MORI KJ; ABE T; SONODA Y
      FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SUBPOPULATIONS OF MOBILIZED PERIPHERALBLOOD-DERIVED CD34(-DR, CD33, CD38 AND C-KIT ANTIGENS() CELLS EXPRESSING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF HLA)

      Stem cells
    35. EAVES CJ; EAVES AC
      STEM-CELL KINETICS

      Bailliere's clinical haematology
    36. CARLOSTELLA C; TABILIO A; REGAZZI E; GARAU D; LATAGLIATA R; TRASARTI S; ANDRIZZI C; VIGNETTI M; MELONI G
      EFFECT OF CHEMOTHERAPY FOR ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA ON HEMATOPOIETIC AND FIBROBLAST MARROW PROGENITORS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    37. CHANG Q; HARVEY K; AKARD L; THOMPSON J; DUGAN M; ENGLISH D; JANSEN J
      COUNTERFLOW CENTRIFUGAL ELUTRIATION AS A METHOD OF T-CELL DEPLETION MAY CAUSE LOSS OF IMMATURE CD34(+) CELLS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    38. PODESTA M; PIAGGIO G; FRASSONI F; PITTO A; MORDINI N; BREGANTE S; VALERIANI A; BACIGALUPO A
      DEFICIENT RECONSTITUTION OF EARLY PROGENITORS AFTER ALLOGENEIC BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION

      Bone marrow transplantation
    39. YOSHIDA M; TSUJI K; EBIHARA Y; MURAOKA K; TANAKA R; MIYAZAKI H; NAKAHATA T
      THROMBOPOIETIN ALONE STIMULATES THE EARLY PROLIFERATION AND SURVIVAL OF HUMAN ERYTHROID, MYELOID AND MULTIPOTENTIAL PROGENITORS IN SERUM-FREE CULTURE

      British Journal of Haematology
    40. PODESTA M; PIAGGIO G; SESSAREGO M; PITTO A; BENVENUTO F; VASSALLO F; FUGAZZA G; CARELLA AM; FRASSONI F
      SPONTANEOUS EXODUS OF HIGH NUMBERS OF NORMAL EARLY PROGENITOR CELLS (PH-NEGATIVE LTC-IC) IN THE PERIPHERAL-BLOOD OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE DISEASE

      British Journal of Haematology
    41. ZANDSTRA PW; PETZER AL; EAVES CJ; PIRET JM
      CELLULAR DETERMINANTS AFFECTING THE RATE OF CYTOKINE DEPLETION IN CULTURES OF HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    42. NEUNER E; SCHUMM M; SCHNEIDER EM; GUENTHER W; ELLWART J; KREMMER E; VOGL C; BUETTNER M; THIERFELDER S; KOLB HJ
      IMMUNE PHENOTYPE OF CANINE HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      Tissue antigens
    43. 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
    44. CARLOSTELLA C; REGAZZI E; GARAU D; MANGONI L; RIZZO MT; BONATI A; DOTTI G; ALMICI C; RIZZOLI V
      EFFECT OF THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITOR GENISTEIN ON NORMAL AND LEUKEMIC HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS

      British Journal of Haematology
    45. DRIZE N; CHERTKOV J; ZANDER A
      HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR-CELL MOBILIZATION INTO THE PERIPHERAL-BLOOD OF MICE USING A COMBINATION OF RECOMBINANT RAT STEM-CELL FACTOR (RRSCF) AND RECOMBINANT HUMAN GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR (RHG-CSF)

      Experimental hematology
    46. FUJISAKI T; OTSUKA T; HARADA M; OHNO Y; NIHO Y
      GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR MOBILIZES PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS IN NORMAL INDIVIDUALS

      Bone marrow transplantation
    47. DOUAY L; GIARRATANA MC; LABOPIN M; BARDINET D; BOUCHET S; GORIN NC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF LATE AND EARLY HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR STEM-CELLSENSITIVITY TO MAFOSFAMIDE

      Bone marrow transplantation
    48. TARELLA C; BENEDETTI G; CARACCIOLO D; CASTELLINO C; CHERASCO C; BONDESAN P; OMEDE P; RUGGIERI D; GIANNI AM; PILERI A
      BOTH EARLY AND COMMITTED HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS ARE MORE FREQUENT IN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD THAN IN BONE-MARROW DURING MOBILIZATION INDUCED BYHIGH-DOSE CHEMOTHERAPY PLUS G-CSF

      British Journal of Haematology
    49. BENEDETTI G; BONDESAN P; CARACCIOLO D; CHERASCO C; RUGGIERI D; GASTALDI ME; PILERI A; GIANNI AM; TARELLA C
      SELECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EARLY HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS USING AN ANTI-CD71 SO6 IMMUNOTOXIN/

      Experimental hematology


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