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Coexpression of endothelial markers and CD14 by cytokine mobilized CD34+ cells under angiogenic stimulation

Osteocalcin positive CD133+/CD34−/KDR+ progenitor cells as an independent marker for unstable atherosclerosis

Dietary flavonoids induce MLL translocations in primary human CD34+ cells

Circulating CD34+ cells, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular risk

Characteristics of human CD34+ cells exposed to ionizing radiation under cytokine-free conditions

Reduced Mobilization of CD34+ Stem Cells in Advanced Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Disease

First trimester development of human chorionic villous vascularization studied with CD34 immunohistochemistry.

Vasculogenesis in complete and partial hydatidiform mole pregnancies studied with CD34 immunohistochemistry

Methylprednisolone induces preferential and rapid differentiation of CD34+ cord blood precursors toward NK cells

Correlation of Birth Weight of Full Term Infants with Cord Blood derived CD34+ Cells Concentration

Isolation and infusion of donor CD34+ bone marrow cells in cadaver kidney transplantation

Angiogenesis in Superficial Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Assessment of Microvessel Density Based on Immunostaining for CD34 and CD105

Analysis of immune reconstitution after autologous CD34+ stem/progenitor cell transplantation for systemic sclerosis: predominant reconstitution of Th1 CD4+ T cells

Removal of Inhibitory Substances with Recombinant Fibronectin-CH-296 Plates Enhances the Retroviral Transduction Efficiency of CD34+CD38− Bone Marrow Cells

β2-Integrin and Notch-1 differentially regulate CD34+CD31+ cell plasticity in vascular niches

CD34+CD140b+ cells and circulating CXCL12 correlate with the angiographically assessed severity of cardiac allograft vasculopathy

Accumulation of VEGFR-2+/CD133+ cells and decreased number and impaired functionality of CD34+/VEGFR-2+ cells in patients with SLE

The fucosylated histo-blood group antigens H type 2 (blood group O, CD173) and Lewis Y (CD174) are expressed on CD34+ hematopoietic progenitors but absent on mature lymphocytes


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A CD marker displayed on the surface of stem cells.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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