Collection of peripheral blood progenitor cells after the administration of cyclophosphamide, etoposide, and granulocyte-colony-stimulating factor: an analysis of 497 patients.

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BACKGROUND There is great interpatient variability in the number of peripheral blood stem cells collected, as measured by CD34+ cell content, after the administration of chemotherapy and a growth factor. The ability to predict patients who fail to yield adequate quantities of CD34+ cells would be of value. However, very few reports include large numbers of… (More)

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@article{Weaver1997CollectionOP, title={Collection of peripheral blood progenitor cells after the administration of cyclophosphamide, etoposide, and granulocyte-colony-stimulating factor: an analysis of 497 patients.}, author={C H Weaver and L S Schwartzberg and Rhiannon Birch and F Anthony Greco and S N Rhinehart and John Hainsworth and Thorben Beeker and Harper N Price and Laura Geier and Jamison M Foster and Joseph West and Briony J Hazelton and C. Dean Buckner}, journal={Transfusion}, year={1997}, volume={37 9}, pages={896-903} }