The immunophenotype of peripheral blood lymphocytes in clinically healthy dogs and dogs with lymphoma in remission.

@article{Gauthier2005TheIO,
  title={The immunophenotype of peripheral blood lymphocytes in clinically healthy dogs and dogs with lymphoma in remission.},
  author={M. Gauthier and I. Aubert and A. Abrams-Ogg and J. P. Woods and D. Bienzle},
  journal={Journal of veterinary internal medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={
          193-9
        }
}
Lymphoma is a common cancer of dogs that frequently is treated with chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Response to therapy is variable and currently available diagnostic tests do not reliably predict response to therapy. Treatment for lymphoma often results in lymphopenia, but it is unknown whether the changes in circulating lymphocytes result from generalized or specific reduction of lymphocytes. In this study, blood lymphocytes from 12 clinically healthy dogs, 10 dogs in remission because of… Expand
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