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dc.contributor.authorKaaya Godwin P.
dc.contributor.authorMaxie MG.
dc.identifier.citationRes Vet Sci. 1980 Jul;29(1):63-7.en
dc.description.abstractMarrow aspirates from calves injected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa endotoxin showed an increased number of granulocyte/macrophage progenitor cells, and a reduced number of erythroid progenitor cells. On the other hand, marrow aspirates from calves made anaemic by repeated phlebotomy showed an increased number of erythroid progenitor cells, and a reduced number of granulocyte/macrophage progenitor cells. These observations were interpreted as evidence of stem cell erythroid-granuloid directional competition occurring in response to the need for a particular cell type.en
dc.publisherUniversity of Nairobi.en
dc.titleThe kinetics of haemopoietic differentiation assessed by in vitro bone marrow culture in endotoxin-treated and in anaemic calvesen
local.publisherSchool of Biological Sciencesen

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