germinal cells

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germinal cells

germinal cells

An analysis of B cell selection mechanisms in germinal centers

Human germinal center T cells are unique Th cells with high propensity for apoptosis induction

Embryo development after successful somatic cell nuclear transfer to in vitro matured human germinal vesicle oocytes *

Canonical germinal center B cells may not dominate the memory response to antigenic challenge

Germinal center checkpoints in B cell tolerance in 3H9 transgenic mice

MicroRNA 125b inhibition of B cell differentiation in germinal centers

Induction of chromosomal aberrations by dacarbazine in somatic and germinal cells of mice

Clonality and germinal centre B-cell derivation of Hodgkin/Reed-Sternberg cells in Hodgkin's disease

Primary cardiac diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, non-germinal centre B-cell type in an immunocompetent woman

Human germinal center B cells differ from naive and memory B cells by their aggregated MHC class II‐rich compartments lacking HLA‐DO

Centrocytes rapidly adopt a memory B cell phenotype on co-culture with autologous germinal centre T cell-enriched preparations

Composition and Organization of the SCZ: A Large Germinal Layer Containing Neural Stem Cells in the Adult Mammalian Brain

Germinal Zones in the Developing Cerebral Cortex of Ferret: Ontogeny, Cell Cycle Kinetics, and Diversity of Progenitors

In-vitro maturation of human germinal vesicle stage oocytes: role of cumulus cells and epidermal growth factor in the culture medium.

Co-ligation of CD44 on naive human tonsillar B cells induces progression towards a germinal center phenotype

JunD/AP-1 and STAT3 are the major enhancer molecules for high Bcl6 expression in germinal center B cells

Role of the CD5 molecule on TCR γδ T cell‐mediated immune functions: development of germinal centers and chronic intestinal inflammation


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Cells that produce gametes by meiosis: e.g., oocytes in females and spermatocytes in males.

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