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Lymphoma growth factor
Melanoma-associated antigen D1
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a general term for the processes leading to the development and production of B lymphocytes, T lymphocytes, and natural killer cells from progenitor cells (see: lymphoid cells). This process occurs in the bone marrow (see also: hematopoiesis) but maturation of many lymphoid cells occurs in the periphery.
For other entries pertaining to hematopoiesis see also the Hematology Dictionary section of this encyclopedia.
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