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Myelopeptides (MPs) are low-molecular-weight immunoregulatory peptides of bone marrow origin. The peculiarities of their… Expand Myelopeptides, MP-6 (Val-Asp-Pro-Pro) and MP-4 (Phe-Arg-Pro-Arg-Ile-Met-Thr-Pro), induce metabolic changes in human leukemia… Expand Myelopeptides (MPs) are bioregulatory mediators of bone marrow origin. Several individual MPs have been isolated from the… Expand Bone marrow cells of various animal species and men produce a group of bioregulatory peptides called myelopeptides (MPs). A… Expand Myelopeptide 1 (MP-1, Phe-Leu-Gly-Phe-Pro-Thr) and myelopeptide 2 (MP-2, Leu-Val-Val-Tyr-Pro-Trp) are hexapeptides originally… Expand Myelopeptides (MP) are regulatory molecules produced by animal and human bone marrow cells. A highly purified MP fraction has… Expand The influence of myelopeptides on the postirradiation recovery of thymus was studied by estimating the thymus cellularity… Expand It was observed that in animals which underwent a hypoxic stress by way of a 3-day exposition in the pressure chamber at an… Expand The immune system has a perfect apparatus of self-regulation, which is necessary for normal maturation and differentiation of… Expand Bone marrow cells, produce soluble mediators with structural and functional heterogeneity. They were found to stimulate antibody… Expand