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he·mo·poi·e·sis

 (hē′mə-poi-ē′sĭs)
n.
Variant of hematopoiesis.

he′mo·poi·et′ic (-ĕt′ĭk) adj.
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Adj.1.hemopoietic - pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells; "hemopoietic stem cells in bone marrow"
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Tenders are invited for the service on the implementation of organizational measures related to the provision of persons with drugs intended for the treatment of patients with hemophilia, cystic fibrosis, pituitary nanism, gaucher disease, lymphoid, hematopoietic and related tissues, multiple sclerosis, hemolytic-uremichesky syndrome, and with age-related hemopoietic diseases , mucopolysaccharidosis i, ii and vi types, persons after organ and (or) tissue transplantation at the expense of the budget of the vologda region in the framework of of the event 8.4 of subprogramme 8 improving the system of drug supply, including in outpatient settings of the state program development of health care in the vologda region for 2014-2020
Other segment of apheresis procedure include procedure such as lymphapheresis, hemopoietic stem cell extraction, and other apheresis procedures.
These hematological diseases are clonal defect of multipotent hemopoietic stem cell.
The stem cell antigen CD34 functions as a regulator of hemopoietic cell adhesion.
No histopathological changes, nor MCs/EGCs or active caspase-1 were found in the head kidney of the infected fish; nevertheless, the stroma of this hemopoietic tissue showed evidence of increased melano-macrophage-centres (MMCs).
MicroRNAs recently received great attention as important genomic regulators in different pathways such as differentiation of hemopoietic cells, proliferation of cells, developments of organs and apoptosis (Muhonen and Holthofer, 2009).
algerae infection after hemopoietic stem cell transplantation, provide an update on clinical features and management, and discuss possible routes of transmission and risk-mitigation strategies.
The etiology for these hemopoietic neoplasms is not completely understood.
Hemopoietic stem cell and organ recipients have the highest risk of HBV reactivation.
A number of traumatic as well nontraumatic circumstances can determine the passage of bone components such as fat and hemopoietic tissue into the bloodstream [1-3].