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The distinct developmental routes of dendritic cells and mast cells from murine bone marrow cultures with interleukin-3 are unclear. We found that short-term bone marrow cultures with interleukin-3 after 8^10 d consist of about 10%^30% dendritic cells and 70%^90% mast cell precursors, and only after 4^6 wk do homogeneous populations of mast cells emerge. Phenotypical and functional analysis of interleukin-3/dendritic cells revealed a high similarity with myeloid dendritic cells generated withdoi:10.1046/j.1523-1747.2003.12380.x pmid:12880419 fatcat:2o5e7pukz5gnvczmwwlgarhxj4