Ph-like acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a high-risk subtype in adults.

@article{Jain2017PhlikeAL,
  title={Ph-like acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a high-risk subtype in adults.},
  author={Nitin Jain and K. Roberts and E. Jabbour and K. Patel and Agda Karina Eterovic and K. Chen and P. Zweidler-McKay and Xinyan Lu and G. Fawcett and Sa A. Wang and S. Konoplev and Richard C. Harvey and I. Chen and D. Payne-Turner and Marcus Valentine and D. Thomas and G. Garcia-Manero and F. Ravandi and J. Cort{\'e}s and S. Kornblau and S. O'brien and S. Pierce and J. Jorgensen and Kenna R. Mills Shaw and Cheryl L. Willman and Charles G. Mullighan and H. Kantarjian and M. Konopleva},
  journal={Blood},
  year={2017},
  volume={129 5},
  pages={
          572-581
        }
}
  • Nitin Jain, K. Roberts, +25 authors M. Konopleva
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Blood
  • Philadelphia chromosome (Ph)-like acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is a high-risk subtype of ALL in children. There are conflicting data on the incidence and prognosis of Ph-like ALL in adults. Patients with newly diagnosed B-cell ALL (B-ALL) who received frontline chemotherapy at MD Anderson Cancer Center underwent gene expression profiling of leukemic cells. Of 148 patients, 33.1% had Ph-like, 31.1% had Ph+, and 35.8% had other B-ALL subtypes (B-other). Within the Ph-like ALL cohort, 61… CONTINUE READING

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