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Differentiation of bone marrow cells into effector cells



Differentiation of bone marrow cells into effector cells



Parasites: immunity and pathology The consequences of parasitic infection in mammals: 42-62



The differentiation of bone marrow cells into effector cells is discussed under the major headings: bone marrow the source of inflammatory cells; control of bone marrow differentiation; differentiated cells of bone marrow origin.

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