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Expression Profiling of CD34+ of Peripheral Blood of Patients with Lymphoma During ex vivo Granulocytic Differentiation
On the basis of global expression data analysis we have concluded that population of CD34+ cells from patients with lymphoma shows different expression status during ex-vivo differentiation. And thus we assume that CD34+ population is not suitable for autologous transplantation. We have used cDNA microarrays technology to obtained precise expression profiles.

Date Posted: 05/09/2007
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