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Chapter 1 advent: signs, Receptors and Repertoire in Haemopoietic Differentiation (pages 1–4): Melvyn F. Greaves
Chapter 2 Haemopoiesis in Mammalian Bone Marrow (pages 5–21): L. Weiss
Chapter three Self?Renewing Haemopoietic Progenitor Cells and the criteria Controlling Proliferation and Differentiation (pages 22–37): T. M. Dexter
Chapter four Haemopoietic Microenvironments in vitro: Ultras Tructural features (pages 38–67): T. D. Allen
Chapter five rules and Localization of Lymphocyte construction within the Bone Marrow (pages 68–86): D. G. Osmond, M. T. E. Fahlman, G. M. Fulop and D. M. Rahal
Chapter 6 Environmental components in Haemopoietic Failure in people (pages 87–108): E. C. Gordon?Smith and M. Y. Gordon
Chapter 7 Mapping cellphone floor Antigen Expression of Haemopoietic Progenitor Cells utilizing Monoclonal Antibodies (pages 109–129): Melvyn Greaves, Jean Robinson, Domenico Delia, Robert Sutherland, Roland Newman and Colin Sieff
Chapter eight Lymphoid Differentiation in vitro (pages 130–160): J. W. Schrader, P. F. Bartlett, I. Clark?Lewis and A. W. Boyd
Chapter nine Microanatomy of the Thymus: Its dating to T phone Differentiation (pages 161–177): Robert V. Rouse and Irving L. Weissman
Chapter 10 Expression and serve as of significant Histocompatibility complicated Antigens within the constructing Thymus: reviews on general and Nude Mice (pages 178–192): E. J. Jenkinson
Chapter eleven The Human Thymic Microenvironment (pages 193–214): G. Janossy, J. A. Thomas, G. Goldstein and F. J. Bollum
Chapter 12 mobile and Molecular signs in T telephone Differentiation (pages 215–245): Jean?Francois Bach and Martine Papiernik
Chapter thirteen Histophysiology of Follicular constructions and Germinal Centres with regards to B mobilephone Differentiation (pages 246–264): P. Nieuwenhuis, N. A. Gastkemper and D. Opstelten
Chapter 14 The position of Germinal Centres within the iteration of Immunological reminiscence (pages 265–280): G. G. B. Klaus and Annalisa Kunkl
Chapter 15 Antigen?Presenting Cells together with Langerhans Cells, Veiled Cells and Interdigitating Cells (pages 281–301): Brigid M. Balfour, H. A. Drexhage, E. W. A. Kamperdijk and Elisabeth Ch. M. Hoefsmit
Chapter sixteen Differentiation of functionality between Antigen?Presenting Cells (pages 302–334): J. H. Humphrey
Chapter 17 Chairman's Summing?Up (pages 335–336): Melwn F. Greaves

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We have shown that haemopoiesis is deficient in long-term cultures established from W/Wv or SVSld marrow cells. This was found to be so. An adherent layer (environment) produced from W/WV mice supported SVSld haemopoietic cells in long-term cultures, whereas the reverse combination was defective (Dexter & Moore 1977). Because no gross differences were apparent in the nature or type of cells present in the W/WV or SI/Sld adherent layers, we speculated that the defect lies at an intimate level of cell-cell interaction.

In: Murphy ML (ed) In vitro aspects of erythropoiesis. Springer-Verlag, New York, p 3-7 Jones-Villeneuve E, Phillips RA 1980 Potentials for lymphoid differentiation by cells from long term cultures of bone marrow. Exp Hematol (Copenh) 8: 65-76 Jotereau FV,Houssaint E, Le Douarin NM 1980 Lymphoid stem cell homing to the early thymic primordium of the avian embryo. Eur J Immunol 10: 620-627 Schrader JW 1981 The in vitro production and cloning of the P cell, a bone-marrow derived null cell that expresses H-2 and Ia antigens, has mast-cell-like granules and is regulated by a factor released by activated T cells.

Including differentiation from CFU-S), has not yet been determined. Certainly, long-term cultures offer a means of approaching the problem of cell lineage-specific regulators and, maybe, differentiation factors themselves. Isolation of factor-dependent cell lines from long-term cultures Long-term cultures, as discussed, provide a useful system for analysing stem cell regulation. One of %hemore unusual results to emerge from this system was obtained from a series of experiments designed to test the capacity of progenitor cells to form permanently growing cell lines, in appropriate conditioned media.

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