Thymic myeloid and lymphoid cells derive from distinct DN1 progenitors [abstract]

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Title: Thymic myeloid and lymphoid cells derive from distinct DN1 progenitors [abstract]
Author: Haymaker, Cara; Cascio, Jason
Keywords: macrophages
hematopoiesis
Date: 2010-11-11
Abstract: T cells develop in the thymus; however, it is has been shown that non-T cells such as NK cells and dendritic cells also develop in the thymus. As such, the question arises, are these non-T cells developing from a common or lineage-specific progenitor population. Recently, it has been shown that macrophages and granulocytes can also develop from early thymic progenitors (ETPs).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/9420

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