Human Cell Culture: Cancer Cell Lines Part 3: Leukemias and by Hans G. Drexler, Jun Minowada (auth.), John R. W. Masters,

By Hans G. Drexler, Jun Minowada (auth.), John R. W. Masters, Bernhard O. Palsson (eds.)

This publication describes all human leukemia-lymphoma telephone strains which have been demonstrated and that develop continually less than standardised invitro stipulations. those strains are derived from cells belonging to the entire significant hematopoietic mobilephone lineages, i.e. B- and T-lymphocytes, traditional killer cells, granulocytic cells and megakaryocytic cells. The medical information, the tradition stipulations and the main phenotypic beneficial properties of the mobilephone strains are defined with citations. This publication is the 1st e-book describing human leukemia-lymphoma cellphone traces and should be of curiosity to scientists keen on the parts of hematology, oncology, immunology, molecular biology and cytogenetics.
Cancer phone Lines, Volumes 1-3: those three volumes supply a entire textual content at the tradition of demonstrated phone traces from every kind of human melanoma. The volumes supply a uncomplicated guide and reference source for each melanoma study scientist utilizing human melanoma cells.

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44. 45. 46. 47. 48. Renard N, Duvert V, Matthews DJ, et al. Leukemia 9: 1219–1226, 1995. Okamura J, Yamada S, Ishii E, et al. Blood 72: 1261–1268, 1988. Miyoshi I, Hiraki S, Tsubota T, et al. Nature 267: 843–844, 1977. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. Kohno S, Minowada J, Sandberg AA. J Natl Cancer Inst 64: 485–493, 1980. Patel K, Frost G, Rossell R, et al. Leukemia Res 16: 307–315, 1992. Matsuo Y, Ariyasu T, Ohmoto E, et al. Human Cell 4: 335–338, 1991b. Matsuo Y, Ariyasu T, Adachi T, et al.

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