Laurie E Lenox

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Acute anemia initiates a systemic response that results in the rapid mobilization and differentiation of erythroid progenitors in the adult spleen. The flexed-tail (f) mutant mice exhibit normal steady-state erythropoiesis but are unable to rapidly respond to acute erythropoietic stress. Here, we show that f/f mutant mice have a mutation in Madh5. Our(More)
SLP-76 (Src homology 2 domain-containing leukocyte phosphoprotein of 76 kDa) organizes signaling from immunoreceptors, including the platelet collagen receptor, the pre-TCR, and the TCR, and is required for T cell development. In this study we examine a mouse in which wild-type SLP-76 is replaced with a mutant constitutively targeted to the cell membrane.(More)
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