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The Xlr (X-chromosome linked, lymphocyte regulated) multigene family was previously found to determine, in the lymphoid cell lineage, the stage-specific expression of a nuclear protein with a primary… Continue Reading
The X-linked lymphocyte-regulated (Xlr) protein is a 30,000 Mr nuclear protein bearing homology with meiosis-specific proteins and expressed in late stage B lymphoid cell lines. In the present study… Continue Reading
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been shown to migrate to various tissues. There is little information on the fate and potential therapeutic efficacy of the reinfusion of MSCs following total body… Continue Reading
The therapeutic potential of bone marrow-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSC) has recently been brought into the spotlights of many fields of research. One possible application of the approach… Continue Reading
A crude supernatant of hybridoma secreting a monoclonal anti-double-stranded (ds)DNA antibody (PME77 mAb), used to stain fibroblasts (CVI cells) in immunofluorescence, gives a punctuated staining of… Continue Reading
The murine Xlr (X-linked, lymphocyte-regulated) gene family was originally identified by subtractive cDNA hybridization and cloning. It was found to encode two 30-kDa nuclear proteins expressed in… Continue Reading