Expression Profiling of CD34+ of Peripheral Blood of Patients with Lymphoma During ex vivo Granulocytic Differentiation
Poster Sep 05, 2007
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.
The Impact of MRI on Genitourinary and Gastrointestinal Toxicity after Radiation TherapyPoster
MRI has several advantages relative to other imaging modalities in evaluating, diagnosing, and planning treatment for prostate cancer. However, it is rarely ordered for localized disease. While the diagnostic abilities have been studied, little has been done to associate clinical outcomes with prostate cancer patients who received MRI.READ MORE
Change in pattern of secondary malignancies following Kaposi's sarcoma in the era of anti-retroviral therapyPoster
This study hypothesis is that the secondary cancers that develop in patients with KS have changed.READ MORE