Double-negative T cells are non-ALPS-specific markers of immune dysregulation found in patients with aplastic anemia.

@article{Russell2010DoublenegativeTC,
  title={Double-negative T cells are non-ALPS-specific markers of immune dysregulation found in patients with aplastic anemia.},
  author={Thomas B. Russell and Peter Kurre},
  journal={Blood},
  year={2010},
  volume={116 23},
  pages={5072-3}
}
Acknowledgment: This clinical trial was supported by Celgene Corporation. Contribution: U.T. designed and performed research, analyzed data, and wrote the manuscript; D.C.S. edited the manuscript; K.T.F. designed research and collected and analyzed data; S.F. and A.S. collected and analyzed data; J.B.Z. designed research and edited the manuscript; and V.S. designed and performed research, analyzed data, and wrote the manuscript. 

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