Antiproliferative effect of antilymphocyte globulins on B cells and B-cell lines.

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Antithymocyte and antilymphocyte globulins (ALG) are currently used as immunosuppressive agents in organ transplantation and for the treatment of acute graft-versus-host disease and aplastic anemia. Since any type of immunosuppressive treatment is known to carry the risk of developing B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders, we investigated the in vitro effect… (More)

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@article{BonnefoyBrard1992AntiproliferativeEO, title={Antiproliferative effect of antilymphocyte globulins on B cells and B-cell lines.}, author={Nathalie Bonnefoy-B{\'e}rard and Monique Flacher and J. P. R{\'e}villard}, journal={Blood}, year={1992}, volume={79 8}, pages={2164-70} }