Primordial role of CD34+ 38- cells in early and late trilineage haemopoietic engraftment after autologous blood cell transplantation.

@article{Henon1998PrimordialRO,
  title={Primordial role of CD34+ 38- cells in early and late trilineage haemopoietic engraftment after autologous blood cell transplantation.},
  author={Philippe R Henon and Hanna Sovalat and Michael C. Becker and Y Arkam and M Ojeda-Uribe and J P Raidot and Fares Husseini and Ellen Wunder and D Bourderont and Bruno Audhuy},
  journal={British journal of haematology},
  year={1998},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={568-81}
}
In order to better define which cell subset contained in graft products might be the most predictive of haemopoietic recovery following autologous blood cell transplantation (ABCT), the relationships between the amounts of reinfused mononuclear cells (MNC), CFU-GM, total CD34+ cells and their CD33 and CD38 subsets. and the successive stages of trilineage engraftment kinetics, were studied in 45 cancer patients, using the Spearman correlation test, a linear regression model and a log-inverse… CONTINUE READING