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Cytological and Cytochemical Analysis of Plasma Clot Cultures and Peripheral Granulocytes Related to Long Term Survival in Childhood ALL and Cancer Patients Under Cytostatica Therapy

  • E. Burk
  • L. Chennaoui-Antonio
  • H. Beiersdorf
  • H. H. Hellwege
  • K. Winkler
  • B. Heinisch
  • G. Küstermann
  • U. Krause
  • H. J. Kitschke
  • H. Voigt
  • R. Neth
Conference paper
Part of the Haematology and Blood Transfusion / Hämatologie und Bluttransfusion book series (HAEMATOLOGY, volume 26)

Abstract

Colony number and cytology, the cluster/colony ratio, and the peroxydase reaction were investigated in plasma clot cultures (Stephenson et al. 1971; Hellwege et al. 1978; Biermann et al. 1979) of 45 normal persons and 250 patients with childhood AL (Neth et al. 1980).

Keywords

Normal Person Childhood Leukemia Colony Number Bone Marrow Culture Modern Trend 
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References

  1. Biermann E, Neth R, Grosch-Wörner I, Hausmann K, Heinisch B, Hellwege HH, Kötke A, Skrandies G, Winkler K (1979) In: Modern trends in human leukemia III. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp 211–215Google Scholar
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Burk
  • L. Chennaoui-Antonio
  • H. Beiersdorf
  • H. H. Hellwege
  • K. Winkler
  • B. Heinisch
  • G. Küstermann
  • U. Krause
  • H. J. Kitschke
  • H. Voigt
  • R. Neth

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