T cell reconstitution after bone marrow transplantation into adult patients does not resemble T cell development in early life.

Abstract

Immune reconstitution after marrow transplantation has some characteristics of immune development in early life. Here we provide phenotypic data suggesting this may not be true for T cells (particularly CD4+ T cells) in the case of marrow transplantation into adults. T cells from 35 adult patients at 1 year after transplant, 14 normal neonates and 22 normal… (More)

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