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Synonyms for hemopoietic

pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

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Its mean that mutant allele load in hemopoietic stem cells leads to the patients homozygous or heterozygous state.
The origin of blasts cells in MPAL is unknown, most probably this leukemia arises in a very early hemopoietic progenitor cells with potential to undergo either lymphoid or myeloid differentiation or rarely B-and T-cell differentiation7.
During the 9th week, hemopoietic cell islands are explicit and intrahepatic vessels contract.
These results suggest that REG[gamma] plays an important role in the Hb degradation of hemopoietic tissues.
Alvares, "Benzene and the hemopoietic stem cell," Chemico-Biological Interactions, vol.
Kaiserling, "Involvement of the larynx by hemopoietic neoplasms--an investigation of autopsy cases and review of the literature," Pathology Research and Practice, vol.
IE is associated with abnormal paracrine/autocrine pathways leading to hemopoietic failure; specifically elevated IL-1[beta], TNF-[alpha], and INF-[gamma] levels are central to low risk-MDS (LR-MDS) [13].
Radioprotective effects of black Seed (Nigella sativa) oil against hemopoietic damage and immunosuppression in gamma-irradiated rats.
In posterior kidney the control group showed multifocal tubular necrosis, necrosis and depletion of intertubular hemopoietic tissue and tubular epithelial lining contain hyaline droplets (Fig.
Nunez, G., et al., Deregulated Bcl-2 gene expression selectively prolongs survival of growth factor- deprived hemopoietic cell lines.
(2011) demonstrated that [beta]-glucan had radical scavenging ability while trying to use as hemopoietic stimulant/radioprotectant, and Thondre et al.
Defective in vitro growth of the hemopoietic progenitor cells in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.