Cytokinetic Studies and Treatment Response in Adult Acute Leukemia
There is increasing emphasis on cytokinetic studies as a basis for constructing treatment programs for cancer. In the present study various pretreatment cytokinetic factors were analyzed with respect to their correlation with response to treatment and prognosis.
KeywordsComplete Remission Labelling Index Acute Leukemia Complete Remission Rate Remission Maintenance
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