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Stewart, C.C., Riedy, M.C., and Stewart, S.J. 1994. Introduction: The proliferation and differentia tion of macrophages. In Macrophage Biology (B.S. Zwilling and T.F. Eisenstein, eds.) pp. 3-27. Marcel Dekker, New York.
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Stewart, C.C. 1989. See above.
Supplies information necessary to perform three-
color flow cytometric analysis and explains compensation rules.
Stewart, C.C., Riedy, M.C., and Stewart, S.J. 1994. See above.
The book's introduction provides a succinct overview of the macrophage.
Contributed by Mary C. Riedy National Institute of Arthritis and
Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Bethesda, Maryland
Carleton C. Stewart Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo, New York
Characterization of Murine Macrophages
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