Absence of the t(2;5) in Hodgkin's disease.

@article{Weiss1995AbsenceOT,
  title={Absence of the t(2;5) in Hodgkin's disease.},
  author={Lawrence M. Weiss and Jean R Lopategui and L. H. Sun and Onsi W. Kamel and Chul Hoi Koo and Carlotta Glackin},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1995},
  volume={85 10},
  pages={2845-7}
}
The cytogenetics of Hodgkin's disease (HD) is poorly understood. However, a t(2;5) is a common finding in CD30+ anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD. Recently, the t(2;5) has been cloned and found to represent fusion of the NPM gene with the ALK gene. Using Southern blot hybridization, one group has reported finding rearrangements of NPM in a proportion of cases of both ALCL and HD. In the current study, we used a highly sensitive reverse… CONTINUE READING

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However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
However , a t(2;5 ) is a common finding in CD30 + anaplastic large cell lymphoma ( ALCL ) , a neoplasm thought by some to be closely related to HD .
Recently , the t(2;5 ) has been cloned and found to represent fusion of the NPM gene with the ALK gene .
Recently , the t(2;5 ) has been cloned and found to represent fusion of the NPM gene with the ALK gene .
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