A potential role for B cells in suppressed immune responses in cord blood transplant recipients

@inproceedings{BeaudetteZlatanova2013APR,
  title={A potential role for B cells in suppressed immune responses in cord blood transplant recipients},
  author={Britte C. Beaudette-Zlatanova and Phong T. Le and Katherine L. Knight and Shubin Zhang and Sandra Zakrzewski and Mala Parthasarathy and Patrick Stiff},
  booktitle={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
  year={2013}
}
We evaluated immune reconstitution in 58 adults who received hematopoietic SCTs from allogeneic siblings (allosib), matched unrelated donors (MUD) or cord blood (CB) at 90-day intervals for 1 year post transplant. CB recipients had a higher incidence of infections in the first 100 days compared with allosib and MUD recipients. The number of circulating T cells was lower in CB recipients compared with MUD recipients at 90 days and compared with allosib recipients at 180 days. Spectratype… CONTINUE READING

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