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Nonclonal hemopoietic progenitors in a G6PD heterozygote with chronic myelogenous leukemia revealed after long-term marrow culture.

Hogge DE, Coulombel L, Kalousek DK, Eaves CJ, Eaves AC.
PMID: 3471084
Am J Hematol. 1987 Apr;24(4):389-94. doi: 10.1002/ajh.2830240408.

When marrow cells from Philadelphia chromosome (Ph) positive chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) patients are placed into long-term culture, Ph-positive progenitor numbers typically decline rapidly. Karyotypically normal cells derived from persisting, but previously undetectable, precursors can then frequently be demonstrated....

T cell depletion of human bone marrow using an oxidase-peroxidase enzyme immunotoxin.

Ito H, Morizet J, Coulombel L, Stanislawski M.
PMID: 2097007
Bone Marrow Transplant. 1990 Dec;6(6):395-8.

We have shown in a previous paper that an antibody-enzyme immunotoxin (eIT) constructed by chemically coupling the 097 monoclonal antibody to glucose oxidase and to lactoperoxidase (097 eIT) effectively eliminated T cells of human peripheral blood origin and killed...

[Neutropenias in children].

Veber F, Fischer A, Coulombel L, Griscelli C.
PMID: 2667426
Ann Pediatr (Paris). 1989 Jun;36(6):365-73.

Whereas the clinical expression of childhood neutropenias is fairly uniform, consisting mainly in infections, a wide variety of etiologies may be involved. Pathophysiologic mechanisms have not all been completely elucidated. We review the different etiologies of neutropenia in children...

Behavior of human leukemic progenitor populations in long-term marrow culture.

Eaves C, Coulombel L, Dubé I, Kalousek D, Cashman J, Eaves A.
PMID: 3861477
Haematol Blood Transfus. 1985;29:163-7. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-70385-0_36.

No abstract available.

Maintenance of normal and abnormal hemopoietic cell populations in long-term cultures of CML and AML marrow cells.

Eaves C, Coulombel L, Dubé I, Kalousek D, Cashman J, Eaves A.
PMID: 3863147
Prog Clin Biol Res. 1985;184:403-13.

No abstract available.

Characterization of the blast cell population in two neonates with Down's syndrome and transient myeloproliferative disorder.

Coulombel L, Derycke M, Villeval JL, Leonard C, Breton-Gorius J, Vial M, Bourgeois P, Tchernia G.
PMID: 2954579
Br J Haematol. 1987 May;66(1):69-76. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2141.1987.tb06892.x.

The phenotype and in vitro growth properties of blood and marrow blast cells detected in two neonates with Down's syndrome and a transient leukaemic picture are presented. In both patients, blast cells at diagnosis were heterogeneous and expressed predominantly...

[Contribution of hematology to the diagnosis of neonatal infection].

Vial M, Coulombel L, Tchernia G, Dehan M.
PMID: 462100
Rev Prat. 1979 May 01;29(25):2033-8.

No abstract available.

A simple and efficient method for isolating high molecular weight DNA from mammalian sperm.

Bahnak BR, Wu QY, Coulombel L, Drouet L, Kerbiriou-Nabias D, Meyer D.
PMID: 3344211
Nucleic Acids Res. 1988 Feb 11;16(3):1208. doi: 10.1093/nar/16.3.1208.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

The distribution of the CDW52 molecule on blood cells and characterization of its involvement in T cell activation.

Valentin H, Gelin C, Coulombel L, Zoccola D, Morizet J, Bernard A.
PMID: 1352921
Transplantation. 1992 Jul;54(1):97-104. doi: 10.1097/00007890-199207000-00018.

The O97 mouse mAb was used to define, together with the CAMPATH-1 mAb series, the CDw52 in the course of the Fourth International Workshop on Human Leucocyte Differentiation Antigens. O97 and CAMPATH-1M produce full competitive inhibition and react with...

Hematopoiesis in the human yolk sac: quantitation of erythroid and granulopoietic progenitors between 3.5 and 8 weeks of development.

Dommergues M, Aubény E, Dumez Y, Durandy A, Coulombel L.
PMID: 1504667
Bone Marrow Transplant. 1992;9:23-7.

In a first attempt to investigate the regulation of the early steps of human embryonic hematopoiesis, we measured the number of erythroid and granulopoietic progenitors in 38 human yolk sacs and 15 embryonic livers between 27 and 62 days...

Adhesive properties of human erythroblastic precursor cells.

Coulombel L, Vuillet-Gaugler MH, Leroy C, Rosemblatt M, Breton-Gorius J.
PMID: 2018862
Blood Cells. 1991;17(1):65-78; discussion 79-81.

Interactions between hematopoietic precursor cells and their surrounding marrow environment are essential for hematopoietic differentiation. These occur in part through the production of regulatory molecules by marrow stromal cells and their local concentration by components of the extracellular matrix...

[The microenvironment and hematopoiesis].

Coulombel L, Vuillet MH, Leroy C, Tchernia G.
PMID: 3473440
Nouv Rev Fr Hematol. 1987;29(1):29-35.

Successive steps in hematopoietic differentiation occur in the bone marrow in close contact with non hematopoietic components of the microenvironment. The crucial importance of these interactions in the regulation of early hematopoietic events has been convincingly demonstrated in vivo...

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