Dr. Robert Egan is an Addiction Medicine Physician in SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Dr. Egan evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Addiction Medicine Physicians provide medical care in addition to consultation for each patient and their families.
- Enrichment of primary lymphocyte-supporting stromal cells and characterization of associated B lymphocyte progenitors.
- Natural killer cells in the thymus. Studies in mice with severe combined immune deficiency.
- Lymphohemopoiesis in culture is prevented by interaction with adherent bone marrow cells from mutant viable motheaten mice.
- Description of phenotypically distinct T-lymphocyte subsets which mediate helper/DTH and cytotoxic functions in the Syrian hamster.
- The xid mutation affects hemopoiesis in long term cultures of murine bone marrow.
- Effects of 5-fluorouracil on B lymphocyte lineage cells.
- Transcriptional regulation of mu and delta gene expression in bone marrow pre-B and B lymphocytes.
- Some facts about the progenitors of murine B lymphocytes.
- Development and ontogeny of hamster T cell subpopulations.
- Interculture variation and evolution of B lineage lymphocytes in long-term bone marrow culture.
- Stromal cell and factor-dependent B lymphopoiesis in culture.
- Production of ascites and rescue of hybridomas by intrasplenic inoculation.
- Local cellular defenses in influenza-infected lungs.
- Thy-1 antigen is present on B and T lymphocytes of the Syrian hamster.
- C-type particles in thymic development: a correlation with thymic function.
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