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Recent publications published by researchers at the MRC WIMM.

Cell-extrinsic hematopoietic impact of Ezh2 inactivation in fetal liver endothelial cells.

Journal article

Neo WH. et al, (2018), Blood, 131, 2223 - 2234

Initial seeding of the embryonic thymus by immune-restricted lympho-myeloid progenitors.

Journal article

Luis TC. et al, (2016), Nat Immunol, 17, 1424 - 1435

DEFINITIVE ERYTHRO-MYELOID PROGENITORS (EMP) WITH MACROPHAGE-RESTRICTED LINEAGE POTENTIAL EMERGE IN MYB-NULL MURINE EMBRYOS

Conference paper

Palis J. et al, (2016), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 44, S93 - S93

EMBRYONIC HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS DEPEND ON KIT LIGAND FOR IN VIVO EXPANSION AND DIFFERENTIATION

Conference paper

Azzoni E. et al, (2016), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 44, S43 - S43

EMBRYONIC THYMOPOIESIS IS INITIATED BY AN IMMUNE-RESTRICTED LYMPHO-MYELOID PROGENITOR INDEPENDENTLY OF NOTCH SIGNALING

Conference paper

Luis TC. et al, (2016), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 44, S65 - S65

PATHWAYS REGULATING THE ENDOTHELIAL-TO-HEMATOPOIETIC TRANSITION

Conference paper

de Bruijn M. et al, (2016), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 44, S29 - S29

EXPLORING THE ROLE OF KIT LIGAND AT THE ONSET OF HEMATOPOIESIS

Conference paper

Azzoni E. et al, (2015), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 43, S51 - S51

TISSUE-RESIDENT MACROPHAGES ORIGINATE FROM YOLK SAC-DERIVED ERYTHRO-MYELOID PROGENITORS

Conference paper

Perdiguero EG. et al, (2015), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 43, S64 - S64

EXPLORING THE ROLE OF KIT LIGAND AT THE ONSET OF HEMATOPOIESIS

Conference paper

Azzoni E. et al, (2015), HAEMATOLOGICA, 100, 126 - 126

Tissue-resident macrophages originate from yolk-sac-derived erythro-myeloid progenitors.

Journal article

Gomez Perdiguero E. et al, (2015), Nature, 518, 547 - 551

DIRECT CONVERSION FROM MOUSE FIBROBLASTS INFORMS THE IDENTIFICATION OF HEMOGENIC PRECURSOR CELLS IN VIVO

Conference paper

Pereira C-F. et al, (2014), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 42, S55 - S55

Hemogenic endothelium generates mesoangioblasts that contribute to several mesodermal lineages in vivo.

Journal article

Azzoni E. et al, (2014), Development, 141, 1821 - 1834

A short history of hemogenic endothelium.

Journal article

Swiers G. et al, (2013), Blood Cells Mol Dis, 51, 206 - 212

HEMOGENIC ENDOTHELIUM GENERATES MESOANGIOBLASTS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO SEVERAL MESODERMAL LINEAGES IN VIVO

Conference paper

Azzoni E. et al, (2013), EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY, 41, S24 - S24

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