Further reading

Anderson G and Jenkinson EJ (1995) The role of the rhv mus during T-lymphocyte development in vitro Sem-inars in Immunology 7: 177-183. Bonyh-adi ML, Su L, Auten J, McCune J.M, and Kaiu-shima H (1995) Development of a human thymic or^an cul turc model for the study of HIV pathogenesis. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 11: 1073-1080.

Grouse DA, Jordan RK and Sharp JG (I984) Thymic microenvironmenr. Bibliotheca Haematologica 48: 293-320.

DeLuca D, Bluestone JA, Schultz LD, Sharrow SO and Tatsumi Y (1995) Programmed differentiation of murine thymocytes during fetal thymus organ culture. journal of Immunological Methods 178: 13-29.

Hoffman P, Skihinski G and James K (1995) Organ culture of human lymphoid tissue. I. Characteristics of the system. Journal of Immunological Methods 179: 37—49.

Jackson LR, Trudel LJ, Fox JG and Lipman NS (1996) Evaluation of hollow fiber bioreactors as an alternative to murine ascites for small scale monoclonal antibody production. Journal of Immunological Methods 189: 217-231.

Jenkinson EJ and Anderson G (1994) Fetal thymic organ cultures. Current Opinion in Immunology 6: 293-297.

Jorcreau FV, Houssaint E and LeDouarin NM (1980) Lymphoid stem cell homing to the early thymic priinor-dium of the avian embryo. European Journal of Immunology 10: 620-627.

Keller GM (1995) In vitro differentiation of embryonic stem cells. Current Opinion in Immunology 7: 862-869.

Kingston R, Jenkinson EJ and Owen JJT (1985) A single-stem cell can recolonize an embryonic thymus, producing phenotypically distinct T-cell populations. Nature 317: 811-813.

Lo D and Sprent J (1986) Exogenous control of 1-A expression in fetal thymus explants. Journal of Immunology 137: 1772-1775.

Merkenschlager M and Fisher AG (1994) In vitro construction of graded thymus chimeras. Journal of Immunological Methods 171: 177-188.

Peault B (1995) In vitro models of stroma-dependent lymphopoiesis. Seminars in Immunology 7: 169-175.

Rosenberg N and Kincade PW (1994) B-I.ineage differentiation in normal and transformed cells and the microenvironmenr that supports it. Current Opinion in Immunology 6: 203-21 1.

Whitlock CA and Witte ON (1982) Long-term culture of B-lymphocytes and their precursors from murine hone marrow. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 79: 3608-3612.

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