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Resolution and characterization of pro-B and pre-pro-B cell stages in normal mouse bone marrow
We have resolved B220+ IgM- B-lineage cells in mouse bone marrow into four fractions based on differential cell surface expression of determinants recognized by S7 (leukosialin, CD43), BP-1, and 30F1Expand
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Identification of a murine pan-T cell antigen which is also expressed during the terminal phases of B cell differentiation.
A new rat anti-mouse mAb, designated S7, is described. The antibody, an IgG2a, reacts with all Thy-1.2-positive cells and all granulocytic cells in the marrow. Resting B cells are non-reactive but,Expand
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Differential epitope expression of Ly-48 (mouse leukosialin)
Ly-48 is a major sialoglycoprotei expressed on the surface of variety of mouse hematopoietic cells that exhibits many characteristics isoforms and may function in signal transduction and cellExpand
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Neoplastic angioendotheliomatosis: immunopathologic and morphologic evidence for intravascular malignant lymphomatosis.
Neoplastic angioendotheliomatosis (NAE) is a rare entity characterized by multifocal, intravascular proliferation of large pleomorphic cells within small vessels of most organs, with a particularExpand
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Adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia: results of the Iowa HOP-L protocol.
Fifty-nine consecutive previously untreated adult patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) were entered onto a prospective single-arm trial of doxorubicin, vincristine, prednisone, andExpand
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Coexistent anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody and antiglomerular basement membrane antibody associated disease = report of six cases.
From a series of 95 patients biopsied for rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, twelve patients were identified with anti-glomerular basement membrane-mediated renal disease who were also testedExpand
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A patient with simultaneous absence of "classical" natural killer cells (CD3-, CD16+, and NKH1+) and expansion of CD3+, CD4-, CD8-, NKH1+ subset.
The clinical manifestations of putative natural killer (NK) cell deficiency are not well-known but theoretically should include recurrent tumors and systemic viral infections. In this article, weExpand
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Inhibition of lymphoma growth in vivo by combined treatment with hydroxyethyl starch deferoxamine conjugate and IgG monoclonal antibodies against the transferrin receptor.
Synergistic inhibition of hematopoietic tumor growth can be observed in vitro when the iron chelator deferoxamine (DFO) is used in combination with an IgG mAb against the anti-transferrin receptorExpand
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Variability of prodromal signs and symptoms associated with hereditary angioedema attacks: a literature review.
Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a rare disease caused by deficiency in the production or function of C1 inhibitor. It predisposes individuals to paroxysmal acute attacks causing painful, debilitating,Expand
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Metastasizing atypical fibroxanthoma. Coexistence with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Atypical fibroxanthoma (AFX) is one of a group of cutaneous lesions with a malignant histological appearance but a generally benign clinical course. A 79-year-old white man had AFX of the cheek thatExpand
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