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Functional characterization of the ‘PBX interacting protein’ (HPIP) in normal and malignant human haematopoiesis.

von Dr. Pak

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[As these immature cells develop, they lose receptors for] some cytokines e.g. SCF and IL-3, while retaining receptors for later acting cytokines such as CSF-1.

Eventually immature cells reach the stage of the committed progenitor cell, where their proliferation and differentiation are along one particular lineage, guided by the lineage-restricted cytokines. Synergy occurs between some late-acting lineages restricted cytokines such as CSF-1, EPO and G-CSF, with early acting cytokines such as SCF and IL-3, in stimulating the proliferation and differentiation of multi-potent cells. This provides a mechanism by which the tightly regulated changes in the level of a late acting cytokine can be coupled to the channelling of multi-potent progenitor cells into a lineage to satisfy the demand for differentiated cells. The underlying mechanism of synergy may lie at the level of either the receptors or at the level of post receptor signaling pathways (Molecular cell biology. Lodish, Harvey F. 5. ed. )

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As these immature cells develop, they lose receptors for some cytokines e.g., SCF and IL-3, while retaining receptors for later acting cytokines such as CSF-1. Eventually at least some of the immature cells reach the stage of committed progenitor cell, where their further proliferation and differentiation are along one particular lineage, dictated by the relevant lineage-restricted cytokine.

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Synergy occurs between some late-acting lineage restricted cytokines such as CSF-1, EPO and G-CSF, with early acting cytokines such as SCF and IL-3, in stimulating the proliferation and differentiation of multi-potent cells. This provides a mechanism by which the tightly regulated changes in the level of a late acting cytokine, can be coupled to the channelling of multi-potent progenitor cells into a lineage to satisfy the demand for differentiated cells. The underlying mechanism of synergy may lie at the level of either the receptors or at the level of post receptor signalling pathways.

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Pak names a standard textbook as a general source (which cannot be found in her list of references), but this passage is not to be found there.

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The action of cytokines may be autocrine, paracrine, and endocrine. Cytokines are critical to the development and functioning of both the innate and adaptive immune response, although not limited to just the immune system. They are often secreted by immune cells that have encountered a pathogen, thereby activating [and recruiting further immune cells to increase the system's response to the pathogen.] The action of cytokines may be autocrine, paracrine, and endocrine. Cytokines are critical to the development and functioning of both the innate and adaptive immune response, although not limited to just the immune system. They are often secreted by immune cells that have encountered a pathogen, thereby activating and recruiting further immune cells to increase the system's response to the pathogen.
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