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Strain histocompatibility antigens (detected by indirect immunofluorescence reaction) and sex chromosomes were used as markers of donor and recipient cells in monolayer cultures of bone marrow from radiochimeras and from heterotopic transplants. In contrast to macrophages and hemopoietic cells all bone marrow fibroblasts precursors in radiochimeras were of(More)
Cells for study were obtained from mouse bone marrow by three methods: 1) Mechanical dissociation; 2) Trypsin release; and 3) Passage through a syringe and needle. The ratio of the fibroblast colony-forming cells in these suspensions was, respectively, 1:13:1. Of the colonies formed by cells obtained by trypsin release, 70% were alkaline phosphatase(More)
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