By C. L. Epstein (auth.), S. J. Baum, K. A. Dicke, E. Lotzová, D. H. Pluznik (eds.)
Experimental Hematology at the present time - 1988 provides the most recent result of examine reflecting the various pursuits of uncomplicated and scientific hematologists. the main parts explored are hematopoietic law via cytokines; hematopoietic mobile development legislation, with emphasis at the interplay of stromal with hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells; granulopoietic regulators; gene transfers into hematopoietic progenitor cells; leukemogenesis; and bone marrow transplantation. All chapters document on study or scientific findings of the earlier year.
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Additional info for Experimental Hematology Today—1988: Selected Papers from the 17th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Experimental Hematology August 21–25, 1988, Houston, Texas, USA
A number of laboratories have reported on the establishment of continuous cell lines from mouse bone marrow stroma. These cell lines have been characterized morphologically and functionally and some were shown to support both myelopoiesis and pre-B lymphopoiesis in long term cultures (5, 61 7, 8, 9]. Although these cell lines have significantly simplified the model systems used for the study of hemopoiesis in vitro, the cultures are very complex and are hard to use when one is trying to evaluate the molecular basis of the mechanisms that control the process.
They may be unipotent (ie progeny mature along one developmental pathway eg G-CFC) or bipotent such as the granulocyte-macrophage precursor GM-CSF (1,2). Progenitors are themselves derived from a more primitive type of cell, the so-called haemopoietic stem cell, commonly identified for experimental purposes as the CFU-S, a cell which gives rise to mixed colonies in the spleens of irradiated mice (2). The stem cell has the unique properties of self-renewal and pluripotentiality. The self-renewal capability is essential for stem cells to maintain a relatively constant population whilst their pluripotentiality enables differentiation to all classes of haemopoietic progenitor cells and ultimately to all types of cell found in peripheral blood.
Using a cr release cytotoxicity assay, we tested the cytotoxic reactivity of IL-2 activated killer cells against normal bone marrow, blood lymphocytes and monocytes. Table 7 shows that the IL-2 generated effector cells displayed low, but significant levels of lytic activity against all of these normal tissues. g. the hematopoietic progenitors). 6 aPeripheral blood mononuclear cells of 2 AML patients were cultured for 14-19 days with IL-2. MoAb treatment is described in the legend of Table 5. bcytotoxicity was tested in a 3hr 51 cr release assay at 100 E:T ratio.