hemopoiesis


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Synonyms for hemopoiesis

the formation of blood cells in the living body (especially in the bone marrow)

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Because this proportion of dividing cells would be alarmingly high in mammals, which have well defined hemopoietic centers, the high proportion of circulating dividing cells along with the lack of defined hemopoietic tissue in oysters may suggest that hemopoiesis occurs in circulation.
The process of blood development is called hemopoiesis.
Myelodysplastic syndromes are a heterogeneous group of hemopoietic stem cell disorders characterized by dysplastic and ineffective hemopoiesis that usually accompany cytopenias and often progress to leukemia.
In addition, an inflammatory reaction can occur, particularly following surgically assisted deliveries and Caesarean section, leading to iron sequestration in the macrophages and decrease of intestinal absorption, so that the administered iron is not available for hemopoiesis.
10] observed that disturbances of hemopoiesis were common in alcoholics even in the absence of anaemia.
Effect of Mo'bar on hemopoiesis, Endothelial function, Endocrinological profile, and Daily activities in Adults, Yangsoo Jang, Cardiology Division, College of Medicine, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, November 2001.
With hundreds of color photomicrographs and illustrations, this atlas covers the cell, epithelium and glands, connective tissues, cartilage and bone, blood and hemopoiesis, muscle, nervous tissue, the circulatory system, lymphoid tissue, the endocrine system, integument, respiratory system, digestive and urinary systems, male and female reproductive systems and the eye and ear.
Hemopoiesis in healthy old people and centenarians: well-maintained responsiveness of CD34+ cells to hemopoietic growth factors and remodeling of cytokine network.