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THE ORIGIN OF MACROPHAGES FROM BONE MARROW IN THE RAT.
  • A. Volkman, J. Gowans
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • British journal of experimental pathology
  • 1 February 1965
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Disparity in origin of mononuclear phagocyte populations.
  • A. Volkman
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society
  • 1 April 1976
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Differential effects of chronic monocyte depletion on macrophage populations.
The administration of the bone-seeking isotope, 89Sr, to mice results in severe monocytopenia without any apparent effect on the numbers of resident peritoneal macrophages (Mphi). An explanation forExpand
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Resident macrophage proliferation in mice depleted of blood monocytes by strontium-89.
The capacity of resident peritoneal macrophages and alveolar macrophages for self-renewal was studied in CD-1 mice depleted of radiosensitive blood monocyte precursors by irradiation of the boneExpand
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THE ORIGIN AND TURNOVER OF MONONUCLEAR CELLS IN PERITONEAL EXUDATES IN RATS
  • A. Volkman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 1 August 1966
Tritiated thymidine-labeling data in individual and parabiotic rats showed that macrophages in peritoneal exudates were derived from cells in the blood which were the progeny of rapidly andExpand
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The restorative effect of peritoneal macrophages on delayed hypersensitivity following ionizing radiation.
Abstract Sublethal whole-body irradiation in the guinea pig had little demonstrable effect on the development of delayed hypersensitivity but caused a profound, though transient depression of dermalExpand
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THE CYTOKINETICS OF MONOCYTOSIS IN ACUTE SALMONELLA INFECTION IN THE RAT
The mechanisms responsible for monocytosis occurring in acute Salmonella infection were studied by means of isotopic labeling and autoradiography. Male (Lewis x BN)F1 hybrid rats (160–180 g) wereExpand
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MRL mice produce anti-Su autoantibody, a specificity associated with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Certain autoimmune mouse strains exhibit features similar to human SLE. To discover genetic and immunologic events governing expression of a new SLE-associated antibody, the presence of anti-Su andExpand
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Assessment of survey radiography as a method for diagnosis of congenital cardiac disease in dogs.
In order to assess the diagnostic accuracy of survey radiography for canine congenital cardiac anomalies, thoracic radiographs of 57 dogs with congenital cardiac anomalies, 31 normal dogs and 27 dogsExpand
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Regulation of insulin and interleukin-1 release after Propionibacterium acnes-induced macrophage activation in mice.
The administration of a potent activator of macrophages (M phi), Propionibacterium acnes, in nondiabetic mice was associated with the release of significant amounts of interleukin-1 (IL-1) in theExpand
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