Synergistic action of two sources of avian growth factors on proliferative differentiation of chick embryonic hematopoietic cells.

During embryonic development, the components of the avian immune system undergo ontogeny in several distinct organs, including the bone marrow, spleen, thymus, and bursa of Fabricius. This process is regulated and controlled by the complex interactions of various cytokines and colony-stimulating factors (CSF). The objective was to examine the action of two… (More)