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Regulation of the initiation of hemoglobin synthesis in the blood island cells of chick embryos. 3. Qualitative studies of the effects of 8-azaguanine and preparations of transfer RNAs
Effect of phenylhydrazine-induced anemia on the appearance of adult hemoglobin in Rana catesbeiana tadpoles
Recovery of proliferative capacity of agar colony-forming cells and spleen colony-forming cells following ionizing radiation or vinblastine
The effect of the erythropoietic factor of plasma on hematopoiesis in vitro in the liver of embryonic mice
Detection of two types of hemoglobin (HbA and HbF) in single erythrocytes by fluorescent antibody technique
Detection of the sickle gene in the human fetus. Potential for intrauterine diagnosis of sickle-cell anemia
Primitive erythropoiesis in early chick embryogenesis. I. Cell cycle kinetics and the control of cell division
Primitive erythropoiesis in early chick embryogenesis. II. Correlation between hemoglobin synthesis and the mitotic history
Control of hemoglobin synthesis in the cultured chick blastoderm by delta-aminolevulinic acid synthetase: increase in the rate of hemoglobin formation with delta-aminolevulinic acid
Evidence for a relationship between mouse hemopoietic stem cells and cells forming colonies in culture
Differentiation of mammalian somatic cells: DNA and hemoglobin synthesis in fetal mouse yolk sac erythroid cells
Density distribution analysis of in vivo and in vitro colony forming cells in developing fetal liver
Ontogeny of the haemopoietic system: yolk sac origin of in vivo and in vitro colony forming cells in the developing mouse embryo
Hemopoietic colony studies. V. Effect of hemopoietic organ stroma on differentiation of pluripotent stem cells
Hemoglobin synthesis during amphibian metamorphosis. I. Chemical studies on the hemoglobins from the larval and adult stages of Rana catesbeiana
Hemoglobin synthesis during amphibian metamorphosis. II. Synthesis of adult hemoglobin following thyroxine administration
Embryonic hemoglobins of different animal species. Quantitative and qualitative data about production and properties of hemoglobins during early developmental stages of pig, cattle and sheep
Irreversibly sickled erythrocytes: a consequence of the heterogeneous distribution of hemoglobin types in sickle-cell anemia
Development of the mouse hematopoietic system. I. Types of hemoglobin produced in embryonic yolk sac and liver
Size and charge isomer separation and estimation of molecular weights of proteins by disc gel electrophoresis
Hemopoietic progenitor cells with limited potential for differentiation: erythropoietic function of mouse marrow "lymphocytes"
Effects of age of bird and hemoglobin type on the concentration of adult hemoglobin components of the domestic fowl
Hemopoiesis in embryonic mouse liver tissue and cells in vitro. Monolayers, aggregates and organ cultures
Quantitation of hemoglobin alpha chains in adult and fetal goats; gene duplication and the production of polypeptide chains
Development of the mouse hematopoietic system. II. Estimation of spleen and liver "stem" cell number
An ultrastructural study of early morphogenetic events during the establishment of fetal hepatic erythropoiesis
Reversion by erythropoietin of the suppression of erythroid clones caused by transfusion-induced polycythemia
Electron microscopic studies of blood embryogenesis in humans. I. The ultrastructure of the fetal liver
Electron microscopic studies of blood embryogenesis in humans. II. The hemopoietic activity in the fetal liver
Metamorphosis and gene action--I. Electrophoresis of dehydrogenases, esterases, phosphatases, hemoglobins and other soluble proteins of tadpole and adult bullfrogs
Biochemical metamorphosis of hemoglobin in Rana catesbeiana. II. Further studies on the structure and properties of tadpole and frog hemoglobins
Regulation of the initiation of hemoglobin synthesis in mation induced by exogenous delta-aminolevulinic acid
Cell populations and cell proliferation in the in vitro response of normal mouse spleen to heterologous erythrocytes. Analysis by the hot pulse technique
Regulation of the initiation of hemoglobin synthesis in the blood island cells of chick embryos. V. Qualitative studies of the effects of proflavine
Preliminary attempt to correlate paper-electrophoretic migration of hemoglobins with phylogeny in Amphibia and Reptilia
Fetal and residual hemoglobin in the erythrocytes and erythroblasts of human fetuses and newborn infants
Studies on human foetal haemoglobin. II. Foetal haemoglobin levels in healthy children and adults and in certain haematological disorders
Cytological demonstration of the clonal nature of spleen colonies derived from transplanted mouse marrow cells
EVALUATION OF MITOTIC TIME IN VIVO, USING TRITIATED THYMIDINE AS A CELL MARKER: SUCCESSIVE LABELING WITH TIME OF SEPARATE MITOTIC PHASES
BIOCHEMICAL METAMORPHOSIS OF HEMOGLOBIN IN RANA CATESBEIANA. I. PURIFICATION PROCEDURES AND PROPERTIES OF HEMOGLOBINS FROM BULLFROG AND TADPOLE ERYTHROCYTES
STUDIES ON ANIMAL HEMOGLOBINS. II. THE INFLUENCE OF INORGANIC PHOSPHATE ON THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE HEMOGLOBIN OF THE ADULT CHICKEN
STUDIES ON ANIMAL HEMOGLOBINS. 3. THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF INTERCELLULAR INORGANIC PHOSPHATE ON THE OXYGEN EQUILIBRIUM OF THE HEMOGLOBIN IN THE DEVELOPING CHICKEN
STUDIES ON HEMOGLOBIN BIOSYNTHESIS: ASYNCHRONOUS SYNTHESIS OF HEMOGLOBIN A AND HEMOGLOBIN A2 BY ERYTHROCYTE PRECURSORS
QUANTITATIVE CYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON INTERPHASE GROWTH. I. DETERMINATION OF DNA, RNA AND MASS CONTENT OF AGE DETERMINED MOUSE FIBROBLASTS IN VITRO AND OF INTERCELLULAR VARIATION IN GENERATION TIME
MOLECULAR GENETICS OF AVIAN PROTEINS, II. CONTROL GENES AND STRUCTURAL GENES FOR EMBRYONIC AND ADULT HEMOGLOBINS
Iron metabolism and haemoglobin formation in the embryonated hen egg. 1. The overall production of haem pigments during incubation
ERYTHROPOIESIS DURING AMPHIBIAN METAMORPHOSIS : I. Site of Maturation of Erythrocytes in Rana catesbeiana
ERYTHROPOIESIS DURING AMPHIBIAN METAMORPHOSIS : II. Immunochemical Study of Larval and Adult Hemoglobins of Rana catesbeiana
ERYTHROPOIESIS DURING AMPHIBIAN METAMORPHOSIS : III. Immunochemical Detection of Tadpole and Frog Hemoglobins (Rana catesbeiana) in Single Erythrocytes
BLOOD CELL FORMATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN RELATION TO THE MECHANISM OF THYROID-ACCELERATED METAMORPHOSIS IN THE LARVAL FROG
Inhibition of polyamine synthesis reduces the growth rate and delays the expression of differentiated phenotypes in primary cultures of embryonic mesoderm from chick
Regulation of specific gene expression during embryonic development: Synthesis of globin messenger RNA during red cell formation in chick embryos
Identification of hemoglobin types contained in single chicken erythrocytes by fluorescent antibody technique
The chick erythrocyte membrane antigens: characterization and variation during embryonic and postembryonic development
Coexpression of embryonic, fetal, and adult globins in erythroid cells of human embryos: relevance to the cell-lineage models of globin switching
Plasmodium gallinaceum: changing virulence patterns of malaria parasites during adaptation from neonate chick to chicken embryos
Synthesis and assembly of spectrin during avian erythropoiesis: stoichiometric assembly but unequal synthesis of alpha and beta spectrin
Investigating genotoxic and hematotoxic effects of N-nitrosodimethylamine, N-nitrosodiethylamine and N-nitrosodiethanolamine in the hen's egg-micronucleus test (HET-MN)
Structure and erythroid cell-restricted expression of a chicken cDNA encoding a novel zinc finger protein of the Cys + His class
Spontaneous and benzo[a]pyrene-induced micronuclei in the embryos of the black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus L.)
Changes in the composition of plasma membrane proteins during differentiation of embryonic chick erythroid cell
Regulated expression of multiple chicken erythroid membrane skeletal protein 4.1 variants is governed by differential RNA processing and translational control
The chicken beta/epsilon-globin enhancer directs autonomously regulated, high-level expression of the chicken epsilon-globin gene in transgenic mice
Anion transporter: highly cell-type-specific expression of distinct polypeptides and transcripts in erythroid and nonerythroid cells
Development of a differentiated microtubule structure: formation of the chicken erythrocyte marginal band in vivo
Two distinct attachment sites for vimentin along the plasma membrane and the nuclear envelope in avian erythrocytes: a basis for a vectorial assembly of intermediate filaments
Erythroid anion transporter assembly is mediated by a developmentally regulated recruitment onto a preassembled membrane cytoskeleton
Changes in number, mobility, and topographical distribution of lectin receptors during maturation of chick erythroid cells
Chicken erythroid AE1 anion exchangers associate with the cytoskeleton during recycling to the Golgi
Lineage-specific patterns of functional diversification in the alpha- and beta-globin gene families of tetrapod vertebrates
Binding of HMG 17 to mononucleosomes of the avian beta-globin gene cluster in erythroid and non-erythroid cells
Gamma-tubulin in chicken erythrocytes: changes in localization during cell differentiation and characterization of cytoplasmic complexes
The hen's egg test for micronucleus induction (HET-MN): novel analyses with a series of well-characterized substances support the further evaluation of the test system
BetaA, the major beta globin in definitive red blood cells, is present from the onset of primitive erythropoiesis in chicken
Degradation of unassembled alpha- and beta-spectrin by distinct intracellular pathways: regulation of spectrin topogenesis by beta-spectrin degradation
The mammalian alphaD-globin gene lineage and a new model for the molecular evolution of alpha-globin gene clusters at the stem of the mammalian radiation
Applicability and robustness of the hen's egg test for analysis of micronucleus induction (HET-MN): results from an inter-laboratory trial
Appearance of new variants of membrane skeletal protein 4.1 during terminal differentiation of avian erythroid and lenticular cells
Differentiation-dependent alteration in the chromatin structure of chromosomal protein HMG-17 gene during erythropoiesis
Temperature-sensitive mutant of avian erythroblastosis virus suggests a block of differentiation as mechanism of leukaemogenesis
Further studies of hormone-sensitive sodium and potassium transport in red cells from developing chick embryos
NTP pattern of avian embryonic red cells: role of RNA degradation and AMP deaminase/5'-nucleotidase activity
Erythroid pyrimidine 5'-nucleotidase: cloning, developmental expression, and regulation by cAMP and in vivo hypoxia.
Changes in the protein secondary structure of hen's egg yolk determined by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy during the first eight days of incubation
Four variant chicken erythroid AE1 anion exchangers. Role of the alternative N-terminal sequences in intracellular targeting in transfected human erythroleukemia cells.
Identification of functional elements of the chicken epsilon-globin promoter involved in stage-specific interaction with the beta/epsilon enhancer.
cAMP and in vivo hypoxia induce tob, ifr1, and fos expression in erythroid cells of the chick embryo
Erythroblast cell lines transformed by a temperature-sensitive mutant of avian erythroblastosis virus: a model system to study erythroid differentiation in vitro
Erythroid carbonic anhydrase and hsp70 expression in chick embryonic development: role of cAMP and hypoxia
A monoclonal antibody recognizes an epitope common to an avian-specific nuclear antigen and to cytokeratins
Developmental changes in transcription factors associated with the nuclear matrix of chicken erythrocytes
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