E. V. Ergakova

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Circulating hemopoietic stem cells (HSC) considerably differ from bone marrow HSC in active erythroid differentiation. After thymectomy of adult animals the number and differentiation of blood HSC remain unchanged, whereas during the cloning of bone marrow cells, a decrease in the number of granulocytic colonies is revealed. In in-vitro experiments,(More)
The principal functional p roper t i es of the hematopo[etic stem cell (HSC), namely proliferat ion, differentiation, and circulation, are interdependent [1, 10]. According to the hypothesis of Rosendaal et al. [14], HSC in the bone mar row acquire mobility and the ability to receive differential stimuli after repeated passage through the cell cycle. HSC(More)
Essential differences were detected in differentiation of GFUs from bone marrow and peripheral blood. It was shown that as a result of thymectomy of adult animals the ability of bone marrow CFUs to form granulocytic colonies decreased and that of splenic CFUs to form erythroid colonies increased. The immunostimulating low-molecular-weight polypeptides,(More)
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