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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 187, Number 1, September 2002

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Plasticity of hematopoietic stem cells and cellular memory
pp. 9-21(13)
Authors: Avots, Andris; Harder, Friedrich; Schmittwolf, Carolin; Petrovic, Suzana; Müller, Albrecht M.

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Transdifferentiation and nuclear reprogramming in hematopoietic development and neoplasia
pp. 22-39(18)
Authors: French, Samuel W.; Hoyer, Katrina K.; Shen, Rhine R.; Teitell, Michael A.

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Human hematopoietic lineage commitment
pp. 48-64(17)
Authors: Payne, Kimberly J.; Crooks, Gay M.

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The role of Notch signaling during hematopoietic lineage commitment
pp. 65-74(10)
Authors: Radtke, Freddy; Wilson, Anne; Ernst, Bettina; MacDonald, H. Robson

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Notch signaling in hematopoiesis and early lymphocyte development
pp. 75-86(12)
Authors: Allman, David; Aster, Jon C.; Pear, Warren S.

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Stability and plasticity of wild-type and Pax5-deficient precursor B cells
pp. 87-95(9)
Authors: Rolink, Antonius G.; Schaniel, Christoph; Melchers, Fritz

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Lineage plasticity and commitment in T-cell development
pp. 96-115(20)
Authors: Rothenberg, Ellen V.; Dionne, Christopher J.

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Nature or nurture? Steady-state lymphocyte formation in adults does not recapitulate ontogeny
pp. 116-125(10)
Authors: Kincade, Paul W.; Owen, John J.T.; Igarashi, Hideya; Kouro, Taku; Yokota, Takafumi; Rossi, Maria Isabel D.

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Errata
pp. 139-139(1)

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List of Events
pp. 140-140(1)

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