Trypsin enhances erythropoiesis in vitro.


When a single cell suspension of human adult marrow or fetal liver is treated briefly with trypsin, the number of erythroid bursts arising in culture is significantly increased. Erythroid colonies show less stimulation. The time to reach maximum burst number may also be shortened. The absolute increase in burst number is greater at higher concentrations of… (More)


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@article{Rowley1980TrypsinEE, title={Trypsin enhances erythropoiesis in vitro.}, author={Patricia Rowley and Betsy Ohlsson-Wilhelm and B. G. Farley and Barbara A Kosciolek}, journal={The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine}, year={1980}, volume={96 3}, pages={433-41} }