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Some Data on the Pattern of Lymphocyte Subsets in Blood During the Perinatal Period

  • Reinhard Neubert
  • Isabella Delgado
  • Ursula Jacob-Müller
  • Joachim Wolfram Dudenhausen
  • Diether Neubert

Abstract

As a prerequisite for studies of possible effects of prenatal exposure on lymphocytes in newborn, the knowledge of peculiarities of lymphocyte patterns in the blood of normal, unexposed newborn is essential. In our special case, information on both the human blood and the experimental model to be used is necessary.

Keywords

Cord Blood Umbilical Cord Blood Lymphocyte Subset Perinatal Period Total White Blood Cell 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Reinhard Neubert
  • Isabella Delgado
  • Ursula Jacob-Müller
  • Joachim Wolfram Dudenhausen
  • Diether Neubert

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