Stem cell differentiation in the bone-marrow.

@article{Schrader1981StemCD,
  title={Stem cell differentiation in the bone-marrow.},
  author={John W Schrader},
  journal={Immunology today},
  year={1981},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={7-12}
}
Even in the absence of antigenic challenge, the adult immune system is in a state of constant flux and each day receives large numbers of newly formed lymphocytes. The bone-marrow is vital to this continuous renewal, both in its regulation and because it is the direct source of B cells in normal animals and the indirect source of T cells, which are derived ultimately from stem cells that flow from the bone-marrow to the thymus. In this article, John Schrader outlines stem-cell differentiation… CONTINUE READING
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