P Trakhtman

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Pure red cell aplasia (PRCA) is a well-known although infrequent hematologic complication after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. PRCA occurs in cases of major ABO-mismatch between donor and recipient and is believed to be due to inhibition of donor erythroid progenitors by residual host isohemagglutinins. We report a 10-year-old boy with(More)
We describe a 5-year-old girl with Ph(+) CML who received a cord blood transplant in a second accelerated phase after a very early lymphoid blast crisis. She was induced into CR by ALL-directed chemotherapy and then maintained with IFN-α2b together with weekly rotational chemotherapy. Nineteen months after diagnosis, her mother gave birth to an(More)
The success of molecular biology in identifying molecular pathways underlying chronic immune-mediated diseases and the rapid development of gene/cell engineering biotechnologies has resulted in the development of a number of targeted biological drugs, which have revolutionized the therapy of these diseases. Numerous data published over the last 10-15 years(More)
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