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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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They are powerful inducers of erythroid differentiation, [gamma]-globin gene expression and HbF synthesis in human erythroid cells.
4] Activation of androgen receptors in erythroid cells appears to be necessary for testosterone to develop an erythropoietic effect in the bone marrow.
Erythropoietin is the most important tendency and propagation regulator of the erythroid cells precursor regulator with anti- apoptotic effects.
Comparison with receptor properties of erythroid cells.
NF-E2 is expressed only in erythroid cells, megakaryocytes, and mast cells.
In the process of erythropoiesis, erythroid cells matures from pronormoblasts, characterised by the loss of nucleus, condensation of chromatin to form coalescent clumps, formation of siderotic clusters, and the cessation of DNA and RNA synthesis, and optimized haemoglobin production.
However, expression of [gamma]-globin is not a fetus-specific phenomenon and is shared by maternal erythroid cells (5), and [gamma]-globin mRNA is readily detectable in non-pregnant individuals (4).
A 5' element of the chicken beta-globin domain serves as an insulator in human erythroid cells and protects against position effect in Drosophila.
Immature erythroid cells with novel morphology and cytoskeletal structure in adult Xenopus.
The cells stained with CD31 (figure, B) and glycophorin, which indicated the presence of a mixture of megakaryocytic and erythroid cells.
Regulation of cellular iron metabolism by erythropoietin: Activation of iron-regulatory protein and upregulation of transferrin receptor expression in erythroid cells.