... marrow, which is gradually replaced with yellow marrow
as the child ages (see Bone Development below).
... cartilage ossifies, fusing the two together.
can be found in most any bone that holds ... all such bones are filled exclusively with red marrow
, but as the child ages it is mostly replaced by ...
... can transform into several different forms. Bone marrow
stromal stem cells are known to be able to ...
For over 30 years, bone marrow
(adult) stem cells have been used to treat ... is terminated, the stem cells in the bone marrow
produce large amounts of red and white blood ...
... e.g. skin , digestive tract or glands . Leukemia starts in the bone marrow
stem cells . Lymphoma is a cancer originating in lymphatic tissue . ... people. Examples include: bladder carcinoma , blood (and bone marrow
) - hematological malignancies , leukemia , lymphoma , Hodgkin's ...
... is an organ unique to birds, where B cells mature. It does not (as commonly assumed among immunologists researching mammals) stand for bone marrow
, where B cells are produced in all other vertebrates.
The human body makes hundreds of different types of B cells, and each type has a unique ...
... adapted to the architecture of the blood vessels.
Physiology of blood
Production and degradation
Blood cells are produced in the bone marrow
; the process is termed hematopoiesis . The proteinaceous component is produced overwhelmingly in the liver , while hormones are produced by the ...
... primarily on a diet consisting only of meat. They may consume other products presented to them, especially animal products like cheese and bone marrow
, or sweet sugary substances like honey and syrup , but do not need to consume these on a regular basis. True carnivores lack the physiology ...
... upset and neutropenia . Starting the drug early during an attack of gout can exacerbate the symptoms. High doses can also damage bone marrow
and lead to anemia . It's not used in the treatment of cancer , as the dose required would lead to intolerable side-effects.
... The adaptive immune system is based on immune cells called leukocytes (or white blood cells) that are produced by stem cells in the bone marrow
. In many species, including mammals , the adaptive immune system can be divided into two major sections:
The humoral immune system , which ...
... characterised organs that would later prove to be part of the immune system. The key organs of the immune system are thymus , spleen , bone marrow
, lymph vessels , lymph nodes and secondary lymphatic tissues such as tonsils and adenoids ) and skin . The major organs, the thymus and ...
... and copper .
In the first trimester fetus , the liver is the main site of red blood cell production. By the 42nd week of gestation, the bone marrow
has almost completely taken over that task.
Producing an artifical organ or device capable of emulating most functions of the liver is outside ...
... of a hybrid protein , through a chromosomal aberration during cell division . A distinct aberration in a dividing stem cell in the bone marrow
leads to adult leukemia
An increase in protein concentration, caused by
an increase of protein expression (through misregulation)