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US patent issues on primate embryonic stem cells Geron describes purified cultures, methods of preparation, including human cells; Patent apparent target of BountyQuest posting.
BIOTECHNOLOGY LAW REPORT. 2001. 20(4). Pgs: 574

An DS; Kung SKP; Bonifacino A; Wersto RP; Metzger ME; Agricola BA; Mao SH; Chen ISY; Donahue RE
Lentivirus vector-mediated hematopoietic stem cell gene transfer of common gamma-chain cytokine receptor in rhesus macaques.
JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY. 2001. 75(8). Pgs: 3547-3555

Bartholomew A; Patil S; Mackay A; Nelson M; Buyaner D; Hardy W; Mosca J; Sturgeon C; Siatskas M; Mahmud N; Ferrer K; Deans R; Moseley A; Hoffman R; Devine SM
Baboon mesenchymal stem cells can be genetically modified to secrete human erythropoietin in vivo.
HUMAN GENE THERAPY. 2001. 12(12). Pgs: 1527-1541

Buehler L; Goepfert C; Kitamura H; Basker M; Gojo S; Alwayn
IPJ; Chang Q; Downs JD; Tsai H; Wise R; Sachs DH; Cooper DKC; Robson SC; Sackstein R
Porcine hematopoietic cell xenotransplantation in nonhuman primates is complicated by thrombotic microangiopathy.
BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION. 2001. 27(12). Pgs: 1227-1236

Butcher J
Researchers identify two populations of neural stem cells.
LANCET. 2001. 358(9278). Pgs: 303

Chan AWS; Chong KY; Takahashi D; Martinovich C; Duncan N; Hewitson L; Simerly C; Schatten G
Reverse transcription of inserted DNA in a monkey gives us ANDi - Response from Chan et al.

Cowan MJ; Chou SH; Tarantal AF
Tolerance induction post in utero stem cell transplantation.

Devine SM; Bartholomew AM; Mahmud N; Nelson M; Patil S; Hardy W; Sturgeon C; Hewett T; Chung T; Stock W; Sher D; Weissman S; Ferrer K; Mosca J; Deans R; Moseley A; Hoffman R
Mesenchymal stem cells are capable of homing to the bone marrow of non-human primates following systemic infusion.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 2001. 29(2). Pgs: 244-255

Donahue RE; Sorrentino BP; Hawley RG; An DS; Chen ISY; Wersto RP
Fibronectin fragment CH-296 inhibits apoptosis and enhances ex Vivo gene transfer by murine retrovirus and human lentivirus vectors independent of viral tropism in nonhuman primate CD34+cells.
MOLECULAR THERAPY. 2001. 3(3). Pgs: 359-367

Donahue RE; Dunbar CE
Update on the use of nonhuman primate models for preclinical testing of gene therapy approaches targeting hematopoietic cells.
HUMAN GENE THERAPY. 2001. 12(6). Pgs: 607-617

Donnelly SD; Krause DS
Hematopoietic stem cells can be CD34+ or CD34-.
LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA. 2001. 40(3-4). Pgs: 221-234

Dunbar CE
The use of nonhuman primate models to improve gene transfer into haematopoietic stem cells.
JOURNAL OF INTERNAL MEDICINE. 2001. 249(4). Pgs: 329-338

Farese AM; Smith WG; Giri JG; Siegel N; McKearn JP; MacVittie TJ
Promegapoietin-1a, an engineered chimeric IL-3 and Mpl-L receptor agonist, stimulates hematopoietic recovery in conventional and abbreviated schedules following radiation-induced myelosuppression in nonhuman primates.
STEM CELLS. 2001. 19(4). Pgs: 329-338

Fibbe WE; Pruijt JFM; Velders GJ; Verzaal PJ; van Os R; Willemze R
Biology of stem cell mobilization.
ANNALS OF HEMATOLOGY. 2001. 80(Suppl 2). Pgs: S3

Hanazono Y; Terao K; Ozawa K
Gene transfer into nonhuman primate hematopoietic stem cells: Implications for gene therapy.
STEM CELLS. 2001. 19(1). Pgs: 12-23

Jacobson L; Kahan B; Djamali A; Thomson J; Odorico JS
Differentiation of endoderm derivatives, pancreas and intestine, from rhesus embryonic stem cells.

Kang EM; Hanazano Y; Frare P; Vanin EF; De Witte M; Metzger M; Liu JM; Tisdale JF
Persistent low-level engraftment of rhesus peripheral blood progenitor cells transduced with the Fanconi anemia C gene after conditioning with low-dose irradiation.
MOLECULAR THERAPY. 2001. 3(6). Pgs: 911-919

Kevin M; Beggs K; Archambault M; Moseley A; Deans R; Smith A; Peter S
Lack of T-cell reactivity to allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells in a baboon model of bone repair.

King AG; Horowitz D; Dillon SB; Levin R; Farese AM; MacVittie TJ; Pelus LM
Rapid mobilization of murine hematopoietic stem cells with enhanced engraftment properties and evaluation of hematopoietic progenitor cell mobilization in rhesus monkeys by a single injection of SB-251353, a specific truncated form of the human CXC chemokine GRObeta.
BLOOD. 2001. 97(6). Pgs: 1534-1542

Kurre P; Morris J; Horn PA; Harkey MA; Andrews RG; Kiem HP
Gene transfer into baboon repopulating cells: A comparison of Flt-3 ligand and megakaryocyte growth and development factor versus IL-3 during ex vivo transduction.
MOLECULAR THERAPY. 2001. 3(6). Pgs: 920-927

Lavelle D; Molokie R; Ducksworth J; DeSimone J
Effects of hydroxurea, stem cell factor, and erythropoietin in combination on fetal hemoglobin in the baboon.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 2001. 29(2). Pgs: 156-162

Li F; Lu SJ; Vida L; Thomson JA; Honig GR
Bone morphogenetic protein 4 induces efficient hematopoietic differentiation of rhesus monkey embryonic stem cells in vitro.
BLOOD. 2001. 98(2). Pgs: 335-342

Mahmud N; Devine SM; Weller KP; Parmar S; Sturgeon C; Nelson MC; Hewett T; Hoffman R
The relative quiescence of hematopoietic stem cells in nonhuman primates.
BLOOD. 2001. 97(10). Pgs: 3061-3068

McNiece I; Briddell R
Ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic progenitor cells and mature cells.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 2001. 29(1). Pgs: 3-11

Nagano M; McCarrey JR; Brinster RL
Primate spermatogonial stem cells colonize mouse testes.
BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION. 2001. 64(5). Pgs: 1409-1416

Nakatsuji N
Primate and mouse embryonic stem cells for biomedical research.

Nitta Y; Gaur LK; Nelson K; de Fries-Hallstrand R; Thomas R; Andrews RG; Allen MD
Intrathymic donor stem cell fractions increase chimerism but do not check alloantibody or alloreactivity responses in nonhuman primates.
TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS. 2001. 33(1-2). Pgs: 110-111

Ouhibi N; Zelinski-Wooten MB; Thomson JA; Wolf DP
Assisted fertilization and nuclear transfer in nonhuman primates.
ASSISTED FERTILIZATION AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN MAMMALS. D. P. Wolf M. Zelinski-Wooten, Editors. Tototwa, NJ: Humana Press. 2001. Pgs: 253-284

Ourednik V; Ourednik J; Flax JD; Zawada M; Hutt C; Yang CH; Park KI; Kim SU; Sidman RL; Freed CR; Snyder EY
Segregation of human neural stem cells in the developing primate forebrain.
SCIENCE. 2001. 293(5536). Pgs: 1820-1824

Papayannopoulou T; Priestley GV; Nakamoto B; Zafiropoulos V; Scott LM; Harlan JM
Synergistic mobilization of hemopoietic progenitor cells using concurrent beta-1 and beta-2 integrin blockade or beta2-deficient mice.
BLOOD. 2001. 97(5). Pgs: 1282-1288

Sellers SE; Tisdale JF; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Donahue RE; Dunbar CE; Sorrentino BP
The effect of multidrug-resistance 1 gene versus neo transduction on ex vivo and in vivo expansion of rhesus macaque hematopoietic repopulating cells.
BLOOD. 2001. 97(6). Pgs: 1888-1891

Shields L; Andrews R
In utero stem cell transplantation in non-human primates: The role of T-cells number.

Smith MA; Pallister CJ; Smith JG
Stem cell factor: Biology and relevance to clinical practice.
ACTA HAEMATOLOGICA. 2001. 105(3). Pgs: 143-150

Torii R; Hosoi Y; Fujinami N; Tada T; Suemori H; Kondo Y; Imahie H; Kobayashi K; Nakatsuji N; Iritani A
Establishment of the primate embryonic stem cell lines from blastocysts produced by intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) using the Japanese monkey and the cynomolgus monkey.
THERIOGENOLOGY. 2001. 55(1). Pgs: 374

An DS; Wersto RP; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Lu S; Amado RG; Chen ISY; Donahue RE
Marking and gene expression by a lentivirus vector in transplanted human and nonhuman primate CD34+ cells.
JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY. 2000. 74(3). Pgs: 1286-1295

Donahue RE; Wersto RP; Allay JA; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Nienhuis AW; Persons DA; Sorrentino BP
High levels of lymphoid expression of enhanced green fluorescent protein in nonhuman primates transplanted with cytokine-mobilized peripheral blood CD34+ cells.
BLOOD. 2000. 95(2). Pgs: 445-452

Down JD; Awwad M; Kurilla-Mahon B; Moran K; Ericsson T; Oldmixon B; Lachance A; Watts A; Treter S; Nash K; Gojo S; Sachs DH; White-Scharf ME; Cooper DKC
Increases in autologous hematopoietic progenitors in the blood of baboons following irradiation and treatment with porcine stem cell factor and interleukin-3.
TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS. 2000. 32(5). Pgs: 1045-1046

Eliason JF; Greway A; Tare N; Inoue T; Bowen S; Dar M; Yamasaki M; Okabe M; Horii I
Extended activity in cynomolgus monkeys of a granulocyte colony- stimulating factor mutein conjugated with high molecular weight polyethylene glycol.
STEM CELLS. 2000. 18(1). Pgs: 40-45

Frolova-Jones EA; Ensser A; Stevenson AJ; Kinsey SE; Meredith DM
Stable marker gene transfer into human bone marrow stromal cells and their progenitors using novel herpesvirus saimiri-based vectors.

Goodsell DS
The molecular perspective: Simian virus 40.
STEM CELLS. 2000. 18(4). Pgs: 301-303

Gopfert C; Buhler L; Wise R; Basker M; Gojo S; Imai M; Alwayn I; Sachs DH; Sackstein R; Cooper DKC; Robson SC
Von Willebrand factor concentration, multimeric patterns, and cleaving protease activity in baboons undergoing xenogeneic peripheral blood stem cell transplantation.

Gougeon A; Busso D
Morphologic and functional determinants of primordial and primary follicles in the monkey ovary.

Heim DA; Dunbar CE
Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy: Towards clinically significant gene transfer efficiency.
IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS. 2000. 178(1). Pgs: 29-38

Heim DA; Hanazono Y; Giri N; Wu T; Childs R; Sellers SE; Muul L; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Donahue RE; Tisdale JF; Dunbar CE
Introduction of a xenogeneic gene via hematopoietic stem cells leads to specific tolerance in a rhesus monkey model.
MOLECULAR THERAPY. 2000. 1(6). Pgs: 533-544

Hodges H; Sowinski P; Virley D; Nelson A; Kershaw TR; Watson WP; Veizovic T; Patel S; Mora A; Rashid T; French SJ; Chadwick A; Gray JA; Sinden JD
Functional reconstruction of the hippocampus: Fetal versus conditionally immortal neuroepithelial stem cell grafts.

Hoffmann G; Haas S; Schmidt M; Andrews RG; Kalle CV; Kiem HP
Gene transfer into G-CSF/SCF primed marrow cells in the baboon: Retroviral integration site analysis confirms the transduction of long-lived hematopoietic stem cells using a GALV-pseudotype oncoretroviral vector.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(11 pt 1). Pgs: 589a

Hoffman R; Bartholomew A; Deans R; Moseley A; Devine SM
Studies of mesenchymal stem cells in non-human primates.
ACTA HAEMATOLOGICA. 2000. 103(Suppl 1). Pgs: 8

Hoffman R; Mahmud N; Devine SM
Studies of quiescence of hematopoietic stem cells in non-human primates.
ACTA HAEMATOLOGICA. 2000. 103(Suppl 1). Pgs: 8

Johnston DS; Russell LD; Griswold MD
Advances in spermatogonial stem cell transplantation.
REVIEWS OF REPRODUCTION. 2000. 5(3). Pgs: 183-188

Kim HJ; Tisdale JF; Wu T; Takatoku M; Sellers SE; Zickler P; Metzger ME; Agricola BA; Malley JD; Kato I; Donahue RE; Brown KE; Dunbar CE
Many multipotential gene-marked progenitor or stem cell clones contribute to hematopoiesis in nonhuman primates.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(1). Pgs: 1-8

Kushida T; Inaba M; Ikebukuro K; Ngahama T; Oyaizu H; Lee S; Ito T; Ichioka N; Hisha H; Sugiura K; Miyashima S; Ageyama N; Ono F; Iida H; Ogawa R; Ikehara S
A new method for bone marrow cell harvesting.
STEM CELLS. 2000. 18(6). Pgs: 453-456

Mahmud N; Devine SM; Weller KP; Bartholomew A; Hoffman R
Studies of quiescence of hematopoietic stem cells in non-human primates.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 2000. 28(7 suppl 1). Pgs: 58

Marshall VS; Waknitz MA; Thomson JA
Isolation and maintenance of primate embryonic stem cells.
GENE KNOCKOUT PROTOCOLS. M. J. Tymms I. Kola, Editors. Totowa: Humana Press. 2000. Pgs: 11-18

Mosca JD; Hendricks JK; Buyaner D; Davis-Sproul J; Chuang LC; Majumdar MK; Chopra R; Barry F; Murphy M; Thiede MA; Junker U; Rigg RJ; Forestell SP; Boehnlein E; Storb R; Sandmaier BM
Mesenchymal stem cells as vehicles for gene delivery.

Norol F; Drouet M; Mathieu J; Debili N; Jouault H; Grenier N; Laplanche A; Vainchenker W; Herodin F
Ex vivo expanded mobilized peripheral blood CD34+ cells accelerate haematological recovery in a baboon model of autologous transplantation.
BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY. 2000. 109(1). Pgs: 162-172

Orlic D; Farese AM; Anderson S; MacVittie T; Bodine DM
Expansion of rhesus monkey hematopoietic stem cells in response to administration of chimeric leridistim or progenipoietin (PRO-GP).
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 2000. 28(7 suppl 1). Pgs: 93-94

Ourednik V; Ourednik J; Flax J; Zawada M; Hutt C; Yang CL; Park KI; Kim SU; Sidman RL; Freed CR; Snyder EY
Human neural stem cells participate in brain development in the Old World monkey Macaca radiata.
EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY. 2000. 164(2). Pgs: 445

Pera MF; Reubinoff B; Trounson A
Human embryonic stem cells.
JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE. 2000. 113(1). Pgs: 5-10

Redmond DEJr; Ourednik J; Ourednik V; Roth RH; Elsworth JD; Sladek JRJr; Teng YD; Hack M; Sidman RL; Snyder EY
Human neural stem cells survive, migrate, and differentiate into TH-positive neurons in mesencephalon of adult MPTP-treated non-human primates.
EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY. 2000. 164(2). Pgs: 445

Sachs DH
Mixed chimerism as an approach to transplantation tolerance.
CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY. 2000. 95(1 pt 2). Pgs: S63-S68

Sellers TS; Narayanan PK; Hart TK; Williams DM; Genell C; Gossett KA; Schwartz LW
Intravenous administration of the stem cell mobilizer SB-251353 to rhesus monkeys enhances neutrophil function.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(11 pt 1). Pgs: 297a

Shi PA; Pomper GJ; Donahue RE; Metzger M; Hoyt R; Leitman S; Dunbar CE
Peripheral blood stem cell mobilization is comparable with repeat SCF/G-CSF two weeks after an initial mobilization in murine and primate models.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(11 pt 1). Pgs: 552a

Stevenson AJ; Clarke D; Meredith DM; Kinsey SE; Whitehouse A; Bonifer C
Herpesvirus saimiri-based gene delivery vectors maintain heterologous expression throughout mouse embryonic stem cell differentiation in vitro.
GENE THERAPY. 2000. 7(6). Pgs: 464-471

Takatoku M; Sellers S; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Kato I; Donahue RE; Dunbar CE
Rested cell reinfusion improves hematopoietic stem cell retroviral gene marking in non human primates.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(11 pt 1). Pgs: 588a

Tarantal AF; Goldstein O; Barley F; Cowan MJ
Transplantation of human peripheral blood stem cells into fetal rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).
TRANSPLANTATION. 2000. 69(9). Pgs: 1818-1823

Wu T; Kim HJ; Sellers SE; Meade KE; Agricola BA; Metzger ME; Kato I; Donahue RE; Dunbar CE; Tisdale JF
Prolonged high-level detection of retrovirally marked hematopoietic cells in nonhuman primates after transduction of CD34+ progenitors using clinically feasible methods.
MOLECULAR THERAPY. 2000. 1(3). Pgs: 285-293

Zhou S; Morris JJ; Bunting KD; Osawa M; Schuetz JD; Nakauchi H; Sorrentino BP
Expression of the breast cancer resistance protein (BCRP) in side population (SP) stem cells, natural killer (NK) lymphocytes, and erythroid progenitor cells.
BLOOD. 2000. 96(11 pt 1). Pgs: 820a

Andrews RG; Briddell RA; Hill R; Gough M; McNiece IK
Engraftment of primates with G-CSF mobilized peripheral blood CD34+ progenitor cells expanded in G-CSF, SCF and MGDF decreases the duration and severity of neutropenia.
STEM CELLS. 1999. 17(4). Pgs: 210-218

Bartholomew A; Sturgeon C; Siatskas M; Ferrer K and others
Genetically modified mesenchymal stem cells can effectively deliver bioactive erythropoietin in the baboon.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 378a

Bartholomew A; Sturgeon C; Siatskas M; Ferrer K and others
Mesenchymal stem cells can prolong skin graft survival in the baboon.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 135a

Bertho JM; Frick J; Demarquay C; Fanzone N; et al
Evaluation of some parameters influencing the ex vivo expansion of non-human primate bone marrow mononucleated cells.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 1999. 27(7 Suppl). Pgs: 115

Brandt JE; Bartholomew AM; Fortman JD; Nelson MC; Bruno E; Chen LM; Turian JV; Davis TA; Chute JP; Hoffman R
Ex vivo expansion of autologous bone marrow CD34+ cells with porcine microvascular endothelial cells results in a graft capable of rescuing lethally irradiated baboons.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(1). Pgs: 106-113

Briddell R; Stoney G; Kern B; Lennon V; et al
Effect of various mobilization regimens on the level of white blood cells (WBC), CD34+ cells and granulocyte-macrophage colony forming cells (GM-CFC) in baboons.
EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGY. 1999. 27(7 Suppl). Pgs: 113

Buhler L; Goepfert C; Basker M; Gojo S; et al
Porcine peripheral blood stem cell transplantation in baboons is complicated by thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.
TRANSPLANTATION. 1999. 67(7). Pgs: S134

Bunnell BA; Kluge KA; Lee-Lin SQ; Byrne ER; Orlic D; Metzger ME; Agricola BA; Wersto RP; Bodine DM; Morgan RA; Donahue RE
Transplantation of transduced nonhuman primate CD34+ cells using a gibbon ape leukemia virus vector: Restricted expression of the gibbon ape leukemia virus receptor to a subset of CD34+ cells.
GENE THERAPY. 1999. 6(1). Pgs: 48-56

Devine SM; Bartholomew A; Sturgeon C; Sher D and others
Studies of mesenchymal stem cells in non-human primates: Evaluation of toxicity and engraftment.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 391a

de Serres M; Yeager RL; Dillberger JE; Lalonde G; Gardner GH; Rubens CA; Simkins AH; Sailstad JM; McNulty MJ; Woolley JL
Pharmacokinetics and hematological effects of the PEGylated thrombopoietin peptide mimetic GW395058 in rats and monkeys after intravenous or subcutaneous administration.
STEM CELLS. 1999. 17(6). Pgs: 316-326

Drouet M; Mathieu J; Grenier N; Multon E; Sotto JJ; Herodin F
The reduction of in vitro radiation-induced Fas-related apoptosis in CD34+ progenitor cells by SCF, FLT-3 ligand, TPO, and IL-3 in combination resulted in CD34+ cell proliferation and differentiation.
STEM CELLS. 1999. 17(5). Pgs: 273-285

Fibbe WE; Pruijt JFM; Velders GJ; Verzaal PJ and others
Biology of stem cell mobilization.
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER. 1999. 35(Suppl 5). Pgs: S41

Gray JA; Hodges H; Sinden J
Prospects for the clinical application of neural transplantation with the use of conditionally immortalized neuroepithelial stem cells.

Hanazono Y; Ageyama N; Shibata H; Nagashima T and others
In vivo discrepancy of carrying the gfp gene between progenitors and circulating cells after cynomolgus monkey stem cell transduction and transplantation.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 357a

Hendricks K; Lee K; Wang G; Hoppa N; Buyaner D; Liu L; Kalfoglou C; Terry R; Boehnlein E; Murphy M; Barry F; Junker U; Mosca J
Retroviral vector transduced human mesenchymal stem cells: Selection of packaging cell line and retroviral vector in eight different species.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 suppl 1 pt 2). Pgs: 411b

Hibino H; Tani K; Ikebuchi K; Wu MS; Sugiyama H; Nakazaki Y; Tanabe T; Takahashi S; Tojo A; Suzuki S; Tanioka Y; Sugimoto Y; Nakahata T; Asano S
The common marmoset as a target preclinical primate model for cytokine and gene therapy studies.
BLOOD. 1999. 93(9). Pgs: 2839-2848

Huhn RD; Tisdale JF; Agricola B; Metzger ME; Donahue RE; Dunbar CE
Retroviral marking and transplantation of rhesus hematopoietic cells by nonmyeloablative conditioning.
HUMAN GENE THERAPY. 1999. 10(11). Pgs: 1783-1790

Kang EM; Hanazano Y; Vanin EF; Metzger M; Donahue R; Liu J; Tisdale JF
Persistent low level marking following non-myeloablative transplantation of rhesus PBSCS transduced with a retroviral vector carrying the Fanconi anemia C gene.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 suppl 1 pt 1). Pgs: 643a

Kozlowski T; Monroy R; Giovino M; Hawley RJ; Glaser R; Li ZF; Meshulam DH; Spitzer TR; Cooper DKC; Sachs DH
Effect of pig-specific cytokines on mobilization of hematopoietic progenitor cells in pigs and on pig bone marrow engraftment in baboons.
XENOTRANSPLANTATION. 1999. 6(1). Pgs: 17-27

Li F; Lu SJ; Thomson JA; Honig GR
Bone morphogenetic protein-4 induces efficient hematopoietic development of rhesus monkey embryonic stem cells in vitro.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 35a

Lu SJ; Li F; Vida L; Thomson JA and others
Comparison of global gene expression in CD34+ cells derived from rhesus monkey embryonic stem cells and from bone marrow of adult animals.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 2 suppl). Pgs: 141b

Mahmud N; Devine SM; Weller KP; Parmar S and others
Studies of hematopoietic stem cell quiescence in a non-human primate model.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 650a

Norol F; Pfumio F; Drouet M; Leonardi M; Debili N; Vainchenker W; Herodin F
Engraftment after ex vivo expansion and transplantation of low doses of CD34+ cells.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 suppl 1 pt 2). Pgs: 324b

Norol F; Drouet M; Debili N; Vainchenker W; Herodin F
[A primate model to study ex-vivo expansion of hematopoietic cells.]
HEMATOLOGY AND CELL THERAPY. 1999. 41(2). Pgs: 75-77

Ourednik V; Ourednik J; Flax J; Zawada M; Hutt C; Yang CL; Park KI; Freed CR; Snyder EY
Transplantation of human neural stem cells (NSCs): Insights from non-human primate experiments.

Pinchuk LM; Grouard-Vogel G; Magaletti DM; Doty RT; Andrews RG; Clark EA
Isolation and characterization of macaque dendritic cells from CD34+ bone marrow progenitors.
CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY. 1999. 196(1). Pgs: 34-40

Rosenzweig M
Stem cell gene therapy for AIDS in nonhuman primates.

Sablinski T; Emery DW; Monroy R; Hawley RJ; Xu YX; Gianello P; Lorf T; Kozlowski T; Bailin M; Cooper DKC; Cosimi AB; Sachs DH
Long-term discordant xenogeneic (porcine-to-primate) bone marrow engraftment in a monkey treated with porcine-specific growth factors.
TRANSPLANTATION. 1999. 67(7). Pgs: 972-977

Sachs DH
Immunologic tolerance to organ transplants.

Sweeney EA; Priestley G; Nakamoto B; Papayannopoulou T
Sulfated fucans induce mobilization of hematopoietic progenitor cells and long term repopulating stem cells in mice and primates.
BLOOD. 1999. 94(10 pt 1 suppl). Pgs: 688a-689a

Tarantal AF; Cowan MJ
Administration of recombinant human stem cell factor (rhSCF) and granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (rhG-CSF) to maternal and fetal rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).
CYTOKINE. 1999. 11(4). Pgs: 290-300

Vetillard J; Drouet M; Neildez-Nguyen TMA; Mestries JC; Mathieu J; Thierry D; Herodin F
Interleukine-8 acts as a strong peripheral blood granulocyte-recruiting agent rather than as a hematopoietic progenitor cell-mobilizing factor.