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Greenwalt Granulocyte - Function and Clinical Utilization

TJ GREENWALT

Greenwalt Granulocyte - Function and Clinical Utilization

by TJ GREENWALT

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English

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  • Clinical & Internal Medicine

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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10330363M
    ISBN 100471564125
    ISBN 109780471564126

    Handbook of Granulocytes: Classification, Toxic Materials Produced and Pathology (Human Anatomy and Physiology): Medicine & Health Science Books @   NIH BLOOD BANK Granulocytes by Apheresis. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center (CC) collects and transfuses about granulocyte products each year to treat patients with life-threatening infections and severely impaired white blood cell function.

    Lichtman MA, Chamberlain JK, Weed RI, et al.. The regulation of the release of granulocytes from normal marrow. In: The Granulocyte: Function and Clinical Utilization, Greenwalt TJ, Jamieson GA (Eds), Alan R Liss, New York p Opdenakker G, Fibbe WE, Van Damme J. The molecular basis of leukocytosis. Immunol Today ; An increasing number of clinical disorders are being treated with aggressive chemotherapy and bone marrow or hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Neutropenia is one of the most frequent side effects of these aggressive treatments, and the risk of infection increases rapidly when the granulocyte count falls below cells/microL.

    Notes: Presence of secondary granules marks maturation at the myelocyte stage. Primary granules may still be seen but decrease in number as the cell matures. Secondary granules become more predominant as the cell mature and are considered specific to a granulocytic lineage. 1 The myelocyte is the last stage where the cell is able to undergo mitosis. 1. Production and Functions. Neutrophils, described as privates of the innate immune system in some books, are produced in the bone marrow. Here, in a process regulated by cytokine granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, neutrophils develop from the proliferation and maturation of progenitor and precursor cells. This process may be represented as.


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The Granulocyte: Function and Clinical Utilization, edited byT. Greenwalt and G.A. Jamieson. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, Vol. (Pp. xiii + ; illustrated; $) New York: Alan R. Liss. This book is the proceedings of the American National Red Cross 8th AnnualScientific Symposiumheldin May It draws together Author: J.

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In vitro function of granulocytes isolated from blood of normal volunteers using continuous-flow centrifugation in the IBM-Aminco Celltrifuge and adhesion-filtration leukapheresis using nylon fiber. Transfusion ;–Cited by: 1. A major problem associated with the use of granulocyte transfusion therapy has been the lack of a method to evaluate their clinical efficacy.

In vivo kinetic studies of granulocytes radiolabeled in vitro have been performed in human subjects with either 32 DFP or 51 Cr (1,2,3,4,5).Author: M. Clay, J. McCullough. Abstract. The enzyme myeloperoxidase (MPO), present in high concentrations in neutrophilic granulocytes of many species, has been shown to have a bactericidal effect when combined with hydrogen peroxidase and chloride as cofactors (for a review see 1).At present, the exact basis of the myeloperoxidase-mediated killing of bacteria has not yet been by: 2.

Greenwalt, G.A. Jamieson (Eds.), The granulocyte: function and clinical utilization, Alan R. Liss, New York (), pp. Cited by: Original Articles Granulocyte Transfusion Therapy Janice P. Dutcher, M.D. * Cell Component Therapy Section, University of Maryland Cancer Center, 22 South Greene Street, Baltimore, Maryland Cell Component Therapy Section, University of Maryland Cancer Center 22 South Greene Street Baltimore Maryland * Assistant Professor of Medicine and Oncology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Cited by: 9.

By immunofluorescence, L 1 is found in granulocytes, macrophages and squamous epithelium (normal or malignant) except normal skin. L 1 constitutes about five per cent of total proteins in granulocytes. It has a molecular weight of ab daltons, and normal plasma levels are about ng/ml in females and ng/ml in by: Schiffer CA, Aisner J, Dutcher JP, Daly PA, Wiernik PH: A clinical program of autologous frozen platelet transfusion.

In Vogler WR (ed): Cytapheresis and Plasma Exchange: Clinical Indications, pp – New York: AR Liss, Inc., Google ScholarAuthor: Janice P. Dutcher. Lichtman, M. A., Weed, R. Alteration of the cell periphery during granulocyte maturation: relation to cell function.

Blood 39 () – Blood 39 () – Google ScholarCited by: 8. Existing methods for the cryopreservation of granulocytes employ primarily dimethyl sulfoxide (Me 2 SO) rather than glycerol as the cryoprotective additive of choice. Although Me 2 SO has been demonstrated to be an effective cryoprotective additive for granulocyte preservation to yield viable cells (dye exclusion, phagocytosis, etc.), the inherent toxicity and clinical objections of Me 2 SO as Cited by:.

Granulocyte Kinetics Following Donor Mobilization and Apheresis. One of the concerns in the use of granulocyte transfusions is whether the use of corticosteroids and G-CSF as mobilizing agents together with the process of apheresis would impair granulocyte function.

Several studies have analyzed granulocytic function, including bactericidal activity, respiratory burst, chemotaxis, and so .GREENWALT, Tibor ALT, Tibor J. American (born Hungary), b. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

Director, Research Division, Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, (Director, ). Clinical Professor of Medicine, George Washington University School of Medicine. In studying the distribution of granulocyte-specific antigens on normal granulocytes and granulocytes in all stages of development, it was found that, while NA1, NA2 and ND, are present in the.