Human Mast Cells Arise From a Progenitor Cell Population That Is CD 34 1 , c-kit

@inproceedings{Kirshenbaum1999HumanMC,
  title={Human Mast Cells Arise From a Progenitor Cell Population That Is CD 34 1 , c-kit},
  author={Arnold S. Kirshenbaum and Julie P. Goff and Tekli Semere and Barbara Foster and Linda M Scott and Dean D Metcalfe},
  year={1999}
}
Human mast cells are known to arise from a CD341/c-kit1 progenitor cell population that also gives rise to neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, and monocytes. To further characterize cells within the CD341/c-kit1 population that yield mast cells, this progenitor was additionally sorted for CD13, a myeloid marker known to appear early on rodent mast cells and cultured human mast cells, but not expressed or expressed at low levels on human tissue mast cells; and cultured in recombinant human (rh… CONTINUE READING
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