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    1. Zhao, J; Hao, HN; Thomas, RL; Lyman, WD
      An efficient method for the cryopreservation of fetal human liver hematopoeitic progenitor cells

      STEM CELLS
    2. van Os, R; Sheridan, TM; Robinson, S; Drukteinis, D; Ferrara, JLM; Mauch, PM
      Immunogenicity of Ly5 (CD45)-antigens hampers long-term engraftment following minimal conditioning in a murine bone marrow transplantation model

      STEM CELLS
    3. Bollard, CM; Heslop, HE; Brenner, MK
      Gene-marking studies of hematopoietic cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEMATOLOGY
    4. de Wynter, E; Ploemacher, RE
      Assays for the assessment of human hematopoietic stem cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS AND HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS
    5. Thornley, I; Naya, R; Freedman, MH; Stephens, D; Crump, C; Messner, HA; Sutherland, DR
      Differences in cell cycle kinetics of candidate engrafting cells in human bone marrow and mobilized peripheral blood

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    6. Zaucha, JM; Yu, C; Mathioudakis, G; Seidel, K; Georges, G; Sale, G; Little, MT; Torok-Storb, B; Storb, R
      Hematopoietic responses to stress conditions in young dogs compared with elderly dogs

      BLOOD
    7. Nilsson, SK; Johnston, HM; Coverdale, JA
      Spatial localization of transplanted hemopoietic stem cells: inferences for the localization of stem cell niches

      BLOOD
    8. Haas, DL; Case, SS; Crooks, GM; Kohn, DB
      Critical factors influencing stable transduction of human CD34(+) cells with HIV-1-derived lentiviral vectors

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    9. Bagnara, GP; Bonsi, L; Strippoli, P; Bonifazi, F; Tonelli, R; D'Addato, S; Paganelli, R; Scala, E; Fagiolo, U; Monti, D; Cossarizza, A; Bonafe, M; Franceschi, C
      Hemopoiesis in healthy old people and centenarians: Well-maintained responsiveness of CD34+cells to hemopoietic growth factors and remodeling of cytokine network

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    10. Ueda, T; Yoshino, H; Kobayashi, K; Kawahata, M; Ebihara, Y; Ito, M; Asano, S; Nakahata, T; Tsuji, K
      Hematopoietic repopulating ability of cord blood CD34(+) cells in NOD/Shi-scid mice

      STEM CELLS
    11. Robinson, S; van Os, R; Sheridan, T; Mauch, P
      Reduction of marrow hematopoietic progenitor and stem cell content is not sufficient for enhanced syngeneic engraftment

      STEM CELLS
    12. Cipolleschi, MG; Rovida, E; Ivanovic, Z; Praloran, V; Olivotto, M; Dello Sbarba, P
      The expansion of murine bone marrow cells preincubated in hypoxia as an invitro indicator of their marrow-repopulating ability

      LEUKEMIA
    13. Zinovyeva, MV; Zijlmans, JMJM; Fibbe, WE; Visser, JWM; Belyavsky, AV
      Analysis of gene expression in subpopulations of murine hematopoietic stemand progenitor cells

      EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY
    14. Link, DC
      Mechanisms of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor-induced hematopoietic progenitor-cell mobilization

      SEMINARS IN HEMATOLOGY
    15. Sudo, K; Ema, H; Morita, Y; Nakauchi, H
      Age-associated characteristics of murine hematopoietic stem cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    16. Norol, F; Drouet, M; Mathieu, J; Debili, N; Jouault, H; Grenier, N; Laplanche, A; Vainchenker, W; Herodin, F
      Ex vivo expanded mobilized peripheral blood CD34(+) cells accelerate haematological recovery in a baboon model of autologous transplantation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    17. Ivanovic, Z; Bartolozzi, B; Bernabei, PA; Cipolleschi, MG; Rovida, E; Milenkovic, P; Praloran, V; Dello Sbarba, P
      Incubation of murine bone marrow cells in hypoxia ensures the maintenance of marrow-repopulating ability together with the expansion of committed progenitors

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    18. Roux, DTL; Roullot, V; Poujol, C; Kortulewski, T; Nurden, P; Marguerie, G
      Thrombasthenic mice generated by replacement of the integrin alpha(IIb) gene: demonstration that transcriptional activation of this megakaryocytic locus precedes lineage commitment

      BLOOD
    19. Rovira, A; De Angioletti, M; Camacho-Vanegas, O; Liu, DL; Rosti, V; Gallardo, HF; Notaro, R; Sadelain, M; Luzzatto, L
      Stable in vivo expression of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) and rescue of G6PD deficiency in stem cells by gene transfer

      BLOOD
    20. van Os, R; Avraham, H; Banu, N; Mauch, PM; Whater, J; Yang, YM; Du, B
      Recombinant adeno-associated virus-based vectors provide short-term ratherthan long-term transduction of primitive hematopoietic stem cells

      STEM CELLS
    21. Lutzko, C; Dube, ID; Stewart, AK
      Recent progress in gene transfer into hematopoietic stem cells

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ONCOLOGY HEMATOLOGY
    22. De Haan, G; Van Zant, G
      Genetic analysis of hemopoietic cell cycling in mice suggests its involvement in organismal life span

      FASEB JOURNAL
    23. Globerson, A
      Hematopoietic stem cells and aging

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    24. Yagi, M; Ritchie, KA; Sitnicka, E; Storey, C; Roth, GJ; Bartelmez, S
      Sustained ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem cells mediated by thrombopoietin

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    25. Nicolini, FE; Holyoake, TL; Cashman, JD; Chu, PPY; Lambie, K; Eaves, CJ
      Unique differentiation programs of human fetal liver stem cells shown bothin vitro and in vivo in NOD/SCID mice

      BLOOD
    26. Zanjani, ED; Flake, AW; Almeida-Porada, G; Tran, N; Papayannopoulou, T
      Homing of human cells in the fetal sheep model: Modulation by antibodies activating or inhibiting very late activation antigen-4-dependent function

      BLOOD
    27. Brandt, JE; Bartholomew, AM; Fortman, JD; Nelson, MC; Bruno, E; Chen, LM; Turian, JV; Davis, TA; Chute, JP; Hoffman, R
      Ex vivo expansion of autologous bone marrow CD34(+) cells with porcine microvascular endothelial cells results in a graft capable of rescuing lethally irradiated baboons

      BLOOD
    28. de Haan, G; Van Zant, G
      Dynamic changes in mouse hematopoietic stem cell numbers during aging

      BLOOD
    29. Pruijt, JFM; van Kooyk, Y; Figdor, CG; Willemze, R; Fibbe, WE
      Murine hematopoietic progenitor cells with colony-forming or radioprotective capacity lack expression of the beta(2)-integrin LFA-1

      BLOOD
    30. MAZINI L; WUNDER E; SOVALAT H; BOURDERONT D; BAERENZUNG M; BACHORZ J; HENON P
      MATURE ACCESSORY CELLS INFLUENCE LONG-TERM GROWTH OF HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS ON A MURINE STROMAL CELL FEEDER LAYER

      Stem cells
    31. ABKOWITZ JL; TABOADA MR; SABO KM; SHELTON GH
      THE EX-VIVO EXPANSION OF FELINE MARROW-CELLS LEADS TO INCREASED NUMBERS OF BFU-E AND CFU-GM BUT A LOSS OF RECONSTITUTING ABILITY

      Stem cells
    32. PIXLEY JS; ZANJANI ED; SHAFT DM; PORADA CD; MACKINTOSH FR
      PROLONGED HEMATOPOIETIC CHIMERISM IN NORMAL MICE TRANSPLANTED IN-UTERO WITH HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Pathobiology
    33. ZIJLMANS JMJM; VISSER JWM; LATERVEER L; KLEIVERDA K; HEEMSKERK DPM; KLUIN PM; WILLEMZE R; FIBBE WE
      THE EARLY PHASE OF ENGRAFTMENT AFTER MURINE BLOOD-CELL TRANSPLANTATION IS MEDIATED BY HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    34. DEBRUIJN MFTR; VANVIANEN W; PLOEMACHER RE; BAKKERWOUDENBERG IAJM; CAMPBELL PA; VANEWIJK W; LEENEN PJM
      BONE-MARROW CELLULAR COMPOSITION IN LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES INFECTED MICE DETECTED USING ER-MP12 AND ER-MP20 ANTIBODIES - A FLOW CYTOMETRIC ALTERNATIVE TO DIFFERENTIAL COUNTING

      Journal of immunological methods
    35. KOLLER MR; MANCHEL I; SMITH AK
      QUANTITATIVE LONG-TERM CULTURE-INITIATING CELL ASSAYS REQUIRE ACCESSORY CELL DEPLETION THAT CAN BE ACHIEVED BY CD34-ENRICHMENT OR 5-FLUOROURACIL EXPOSURE

      Blood
    36. KIM MJ; COOPER DD; HAYES SF; SPANGRUDE GJ
      RHODAMINE-123 STAINING IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS OF YOUNG MICE INDICATES MITOCHONDRIAL ACTIVATION RATHER THAN DYE EFFLUX

      Blood
    37. FIBBE WE; ZIJLMANS JMJM; WILLEMZE R
      DIFFERENTIAL SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM REPOPULATING ABILITY OF STEM-CELL SUBSETS IN MICE

      Stem cells
    38. ZANJANI ED; ALMEIDAPORADA G; ASCENSAO JL; MACKINTOSH FR; FLAKE AW
      TRANSPLANTATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS IN-UTERO

      Stem cells
    39. BOCK TA
      ASSAY SYSTEMS FOR HEMATOPOIETIC STEM AND PROGENITOR CELLS

      Stem cells
    40. ISCOVE NN; NAWA K
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS EXPAND DURING SERIAL TRANSPLANTATION IN-VIVOWITHOUT APPARENT EXHAUSTION

      Current biology
    41. MORRISON SJ; WRIGHT DE; CHESHIER SH; WEISSMAN IL
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS - CHALLENGES TO EXPECTATIONS

      Current opinion in immunology
    42. PLOEMACHER RE
      STEM-CELLS - CHARACTERIZATION AND MEASUREMENT

      Bailliere's clinical haematology
    43. VANOS R; LAMONT G; WITSELL A; MAUCH PM
      RADIOPROTECTION OF BONE-MARROW STEM-CELL SUBSETS BY INTERLEUKIN-1 ANDKIT-LIGAND - IMPLICATIONS FOR CFU-S AS THE RESPONSIBLE TARGET-CELL POPULATION

      Experimental hematology
    44. GLOBERSON A
      THYMOCYTOPOIESIS IN AGING - THE BONE-MARROW THYMUS AXIS

      Archives of gerontology and geriatrics
    45. LING V; LUXENBERG D; WANG J; NICKBARG E; LEENEN PJM; NEBEN S; KOBAYASHI M
      STRUCTURAL IDENTIFICATION OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR ANTIGEN ER-MP12 AS THE VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL ADHESION MOLECULE PECAM-1 (CD31)

      European Journal of Immunology
    46. WIERENGA PK; DILLINGH JH; KONINGS AWT
      REDUCTION OF HEAT-INDUCED HAEMOTOXICITY IN A HYPERTHERMIC PURGING PROTOCOL OF MURINE ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIC STEM-CELLS BY ACSDKP

      British Journal of Haematology
    47. LIU FL; POURSINELAURENT J; LINK DC
      THE GRANULOCYTE-COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR-RECEPTOR IS REQUIRED FOR THE MOBILIZATION OF MURINE HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS INTO PERIPHERAL-BLOOD BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE OR INTERLEUKIN-8 BUT NOT FLT-3 LIGAND

      Blood
    48. YIN AH; MIRAGLIA S; ZANJANI ED; ALMEIDAPORADA G; OGAWA M; LEARY AG; OLWEUS J; KEARNEY J; BUCK DW
      AC133, A NOVEL MARKER FOR HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM AND PROGENITOR CELLS

      Blood
    49. UCHIDA N; FRIERA AM; HE DP; REITSMA MJ; TSUKAMOTO AS; WEISSMAN IL
      HYDROXYUREA CAN BE USED TO INCREASE MOUSE C-KIT(-1.1(LO)LIN(-()THY)LO)SCA-1(+) HEMATOPOIETIC-CELL NUMBER AND FREQUENCY IN CELL-CYCLE IN-VIVO/

      Blood
    50. VANOS R; DAWES D; MISLOW JMK; WITSELL A; MAUCH PM
      HOST CONDITIONING WITH 5-FLUOROURACIL AND KIT-LIGAND TO PROVIDE FOR LONG-TERM BONE-MARROW ENGRAFTMENT

      Blood
    51. DEHAAN G; NIJHOF W; VANZANT G
      MOUSE STRAIN-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN FREQUENCY AND PROLIFERATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS DURING AGING - CORRELATION BETWEEN LIFE-SPAN AND CYCLING ACTIVITY

      Blood
    52. MORRISON SJ; WANDYCZ AM; AKASHI K; GLOBERSON A; WEISSMAN IL
      THE AGING OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS

      Nature medicine
    53. SANCHEZ MJ; HOLMES A; MILES C; DZIERZAK E
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FIRST DEFINITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS IN THE AGM AND LIVER OF THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Immunity
    54. DEJONG MO; ROZEMULLER H; KIEBOOM D; VISSER JWM; WOGNUM AW; WAGEMAKER G
      PURIFICATION OF REPOPULATING HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS BASED ON BINDING OF BIOTINYLATED KIT-LIGAND

      Leukemia
    55. BANK A
      HUMAN SOMATIC-CELL GENE-THERAPY

      BioEssays
    56. YAGI H; MATSUMOTO M; NAKAMURA M; MAKINO S; SUZUKI R; HARADA M; ITOH T
      DEFECT OF THYMOCYTE EMIGRATION IN A T-CELL DEFICIENCY STRAIN (CTS) OFTHE MOUSE

      The Journal of immunology
    57. DEBRUIJN MFTR; PLOEMACHER RE; MAYEN AEM; VOERMAN JSA; SLIEKER WAT; VANEWIJK W; LEENEN PJM
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF THE ER-MP58 ANTIGEN ON MOUSE BONE-MARROW HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS MARKS COMMITMENT TO THE MYELOID LINEAGE

      European Journal of Immunology
    58. LORD BI; MARSHALL E; WOOLFORD LB; HUNTER MG
      BB-10010 MIP-1-ALPHA IN-VIVO MAINTAINS HEMATOPOIETIC RECOVERY FOLLOWING REPEATED CYCLES OF SUBLETHAL IRRADIATION/

      British Journal of Cancer
    59. MOREL F; SZILVASSY SJ; TRAVIS M; CHEN B; GALY A
      PRIMITIVE HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS IN MURINE BONE-MARROW EXPRESS THE CD34 ANTIGEN

      Blood
    60. NISHI N; OSAWA M; ISHIKAWA R; NISHIKAWA M; TSUMURA H; INOUE H; SUDO T
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELLS FOUND IN LINEAGE-POSITIVE SUBSETS IN THE BONE-MARROW OF 5-FLUOROURACIL-TREATED MICE

      Stem cells
    61. JORDAN CT; ASTLE CM; ZAWADZKI J; MACKAREHTSCHIAN K; LEMISCHKA IR; HARRISON DE
      LONG-TERM REPOPULATING ABILITIES OF ENRICHED FETAL LIVER STEM-CELLS MEASURED BY COMPETITIVE REPOPULATION

      Experimental hematology
    62. FRASER CC; HOFFMAN R
      HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL BEHAVIOR - POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR GENE-THERAPY

      The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
    63. TREVISAN M; ISCOVE NN
      PHENOTYPIC ANALYSIS OF MURINE LONG-TERM HEMATOPOIETIC RECONSTITUTING CELLS QUANTITATED COMPETITIVELY IN-VIVO AND COMPARISON WITH MORE ADVANCED COLONY-FORMING PROGENY

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    64. DOWN JD; BOUDEWIJN A; VANOS R; THAMES HD; PLOEMACHER RE
      VARIATIONS IN RADIATION SENSITIVITY AND REPAIR AMONG DIFFERENT HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL SUBSETS FOLLOWING FRACTIONATED-IRRADIATION

      Blood
    65. VANDERLOO JCM; PLOEMACHER RE
      MARROW-SEEDING AND SPLEEN-SEEDING EFFICIENCIES OF ALL MURINE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL SUBSETS ARE DECREASED BY PREINCUBATION WITH HEMATOPOIETIC GROWTH-FACTORS

      Blood
    66. VANDERLOO JCM; SLIEKER WAT; KIEBOOM D; PLOEMACHER RE
      IDENTIFICATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL SUBSETS ON THE BASIS OF THEIR PRIMITIVENESS USING ANTIBODY ER-MP12

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

      Leukemia
    68. VANDERSLUIJS JP; BAERT MRM; PLOEMACHER RE
      DIFFERENTIAL ADHERENCE OF MURINE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL SUBSETS TO FIBRONECTIN

      Experimental hematology
    69. LEENEN PJM; DEBRUIJN MFTR; VOERMAN JSA; CAMPBELL PA; VANEWIJK W
      MARKERS OF MOUSE MACROPHAGE DEVELOPMENT DETECTED BY MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Journal of immunological methods
    70. DEBRUIJN MFTR; SLIEKER WAT; VANDERLOO JCM; VOERMAN JSA; VANEWIJK W; LEENEN PJM
      DISTINCT MOUSE BONE-MARROW MACROPHAGE PRECURSORS IDENTIFIED BY DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF ER-MP12 AND ER-MP20 ANTIGENS

      European Journal of Immunology
    71. ORLIC D; BODINE DM
      WHAT DEFINES A PLURIPOTENT HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL (PHSC) - WILL THE REAL PHSC PLEASE STAND UP

      Blood
    72. LORD BI; WOOLFORD LB
      PROLIFERATION OF SPLEEN COLONY-FORMING-UNITS (CFU-S8, CFU-S13) AND CELLS WITH MARROW REPOPULATING ABILITY

      Stem cells
    73. DOWN JD; PLOEMACHER RE
      TRANSIENT AND PERMANENT ENGRAFTMENT POTENTIAL OF MURINE HEMATOPOIETICSTEM-CELL SUBSETS - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF HOST CONDITIONING WITH GAMMA-RADIATION AND CYTOTOXIC DRUGS

      Experimental hematology
    74. ORLIC D; FISCHER R; NISHIKAWA SI; NIENHUIS AW; BODINE DM
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HETEROGENEOUS PLURIPOTENT HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL POPULATIONS EXPRESSING HIGH-LEVELS OF C-KIT RECEPTOR

      Blood


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