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It is thus highly likely that at the low expression levels normally observed in HSCs, these transcription factors do not exert lineage decisive effects. This, in turn, suggests that changes in expression levels of each transcription factor may be critical for lineage commitment. 1 suppresses GATA-1 activity to block erythroid differentiation (Nerlov and Graf, 1998). , 1999, 2000). 1 and GATA-1 may play an important role in the GMP vs MEP commitment at the CMP stage. 1 and GATA-1 may be critical for cell fate decisions at hematopoietic branchpoints.
1 and GATA-1 may be critical for cell fate decisions at hematopoietic branchpoints. 1 instructed macrophage differentiation, whereas B cell differentiation occurred at low levels (DeKoter and Singh, 2000). , 1999). 1 itself plays a critical role in exclusion of unselected lineages. , 2002). , 2002). 1 severely inhibited development of a/bT, g/dT, and B cells, but allowed macrophage differentiation. T cell development was blocked at the CD25þCD4ÀCD8À stage. These immature T cell progenitors obtained in the primary FTOC could differentiate into macrophages when they were transferred into another FTOC culture system containing high oxygen levels.
7B). In this model, T and B lymphoid development is always associated with myelomonocytic development, and originates from the common myelolymphoid progenitor (CMMP) (Fig. 7B). How can we reconcile this model with the conventional developmental scheme based on prospective puriﬁcation studies? Retrospective studies such as these base upstream developmental sequences on functional endpoints such as colony formation. The ensuing developmental models can only be justiﬁed if the assay system is fully permissive for all fate potentials of plated stem and progenitor cells.