blastogenesis


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asexual reproduction by budding

theory that inherited characteristics are transmitted by germ plasm

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Suppression of lymphocyte blastogenesis in cows with puerperal metritis and mastitis.
From these tissues, we conducted gonadal histology and determined sex, splenic leukocyte blastogenesis, and surface immunoglobin M (SIgM) expression in response to LPS.
effects on lymphocyte blastogenesis in response to either B- or T-cell
Blastogenesis of bovine PBMCs was observed on ConA stimulation, which was not observable in the control wells.
For example, Siberian hamsters exposed to short-day photoperiod demonstrate increased natural killer-cell activity and lymphocyte blastogenesis but decreased phagocytosis and oxidative burst activity by granulocytes (40); deer mice treated with melatonin in constant photoperiod exhibit increased lymphocyte response to mitogen stimulation (41).
This in vitro assay compares the ability of a person's lymphocytes to undergo blastogenesis in response to chemical stimulants (mitogens).
Jin (1995) reported that Shi-ka-pon (a CHM decoction) and its constituent Lithospermum erythrorhizon and LL could resist immunosuppression induced by the antitumor angent mitomycin C and suggested that its mechanisms might be correlated with stimulation of the reticuloendothelial system, activation of T cell blastogenesis, and NK cell cytotoxicity.
Examples include lymphoid organ weight and histology, hematology, serum protein and protein fraction quantification, disease incidence or response to pathogen challenge, lymphocyte blastogenesis, and macrophage and granulocyte functional assays measuring chemotaxis, phagocytosis, respiratory burst, and bactericidal activity (2-5).
008), and lymphocyte blastogenesis increased from baseline and after viewing (p = .
Blastogenesis in response to PHA and ConA challenge was significantly higher in controls than caregivers (p < .
Jaffe developed the first method of measuring cell-mediated immunity using a modified ELISA system in a lymphocyte blastogenesis brief cell culture.