White cell manual

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F.A. Davis, Jan 15, 1998 - Medical - 143 pages
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-- Designed as an introduction to leukocyte physiology, this text provides a brief, focused exploration of how white blood cells work in health and disease-- Tables summarize distinctive findings in different types of leukemia-- Detailed artwork depicts processes and interactions, with the clearest discussions on leukokinetics, lymphocyte disorders, and granulocyte function-- New information on immune function that has come to light through AIDS research

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Contents

Introduction
1
Stem Cells and Hematopoietic Growth Factors
9
Stem Cell Diseases
21
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(deceased) formerly Professor of Medicine, Hematology Bone Marrow Transplant program, University of Pittsburgh.

Professor of Medicine and Pathology, Chair, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC.

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