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1947 2
1948 1
1949 2
1951 14
1952 29
1953 33
1954 48
1955 48
1956 44
1957 82
1958 78
1959 76
1960 78
1961 76
1962 51
1963 2
1964 6
1965 57
1966 180
1967 268
1968 358
1969 381
1970 444
1971 492
1972 527
1973 597
1974 633
1975 582
1976 570
1977 581
1978 603
1979 704
1980 697
1981 790
1982 749
1983 806
1984 842
1985 934
1986 927
1987 949
1988 913
1989 1006
1990 917
1991 844
1992 894
1993 927
1994 907
1995 896
1996 915
1997 820
1998 753
1999 753
2000 783
2001 788
2002 867
2003 868
2004 951
2005 1106
2006 1270
2007 1224
2008 1197
2009 1325
2010 1471
2011 1646
2012 1756
2013 1836
2014 1737
2015 1748
2016 1604
2017 1468
2018 1497
2019 704
2020 20
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Purine metabolism in leukemia.
Agarwal RP, et al. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1985 - Review. PMID 3000253
Lysozyme in leukemia.
Perillie PE and Finch SC. Med Clin North Am 1973 - Review. PMID 4570934
Diagnosis of acute leukemia in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF-acute leukemia).
Crespo-Solis E, et al. Curr Oncol Rep 2012 - Review. PMID 22639108
Cerebrospinal fluid-acute leukemia (CSF-acute leukemia) is a frequent and serious complication in patients with acute leukemia. ...In the last 11 years, studies of CSF flow cytometry analysis done in patients with acute leukemia have demonstrated superiority in comparison with CSF cytology. ...
Cerebrospinal fluid-acute leukemia (CSF-acute leukemia) is a frequent and serious complication in patients with acute leuke
Phagocytosis in acute leukemia.
Glasser L. Cancer 1980. PMID 6153567
The phagocytic potential of leukemic cells in various types of acute leukemia was studied. Cases included lymphoblastic leukemia, myeloblastic leukemia, myelomonocytic leukemia, monocytic leukemia, progranulocytic leukemia, blast transformation of chronic myelocytic leukemia, and unclassified leukemias. ...Rare phogocytic activity was seen in lymphoblastic leukemia, unclassified leukemias, blast crises in chronic myelocytic leukemia, and progranulocytic leukemia. ...
The phagocytic potential of leukemic cells in various types of acute leukemia was studied. Cases included lymphoblastic leukemia
Cellular and plasma nitrite levels in myeloid leukemia: a pathogenetic decrease.
Jain M, et al. Biol Chem 2017. PMID 28622138
Thirty-six newly diagnosed cases of myeloid leukemia (16 AML and 20 CML) were enrolled in the study. Neutrophil precursors from the marrow aspirate and peripheral blood were separated into cell bands using the Percoll density gradient method of Borregard and Cowland. ...The significant decrease in nitrite levels in myeloid leukemia suggests a decrease in nitric oxide synthase (NOS) activity. Further work may unfold molecular targets for therapeutic role of NO modulators....
Thirty-six newly diagnosed cases of myeloid leukemia (16 AML and 20 CML) were enrolled in the study. Neutrophil precursors from the m …
[Preleukemia]
Judkiewicz L, et al. Pol Arch Med Wewn 1975 - Review. PMID 1107966 Polish.
Urinary nucleosides in leukemia: laboratory and clinical applications.
Trewyn RW and Grever MR. Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci 1986 - Review. PMID 3539520
Urinary nucleosides offer a number of useful laboratory and clinical applications in the study and analysis of leukemia. There are significant differences in the excretion of modified nucleosides between normal individuals and individuals with various forms of leukemia, as well as between leukemia patients at opposite ends of the clinical spectrum, i.e., those with active disease and those in remission. ...In addition, it may be feasible to assess the effectiveness of chemotherapy used in the treatment of leukemia much more rapidly with the urinary nucleoside markers than with conventional invasive methods....
Urinary nucleosides offer a number of useful laboratory and clinical applications in the study and analysis of leukemia. There are si …
Expression and effect of serum interleukin-24 level on bone marrow mononuclear cells in children with acute leukemia.
Cheng HR, et al. Genet Mol Res 2015. PMID 26681222 Free article.
To investigate the expression of interleukin-24 (IL-24) in the children with acute leukemia (AL) and its effect on the apoptosis of bone marrow mononuclear cells (BMMNCs) in vitro. Four groups were assessed: acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), acute myeloid leukemia (AML), non-leukemia, and healthy groups, 20 children in each group. ...
To investigate the expression of interleukin-24 (IL-24) in the children with acute leukemia (AL) and its effect on the apoptosis of b …
The platelet defect in leukemia. Platelet ultrastructure, adenine nucleotide metabolism, and the release reaction.
Cowan DH, et al. J Clin Invest 1975. PMID 45818 Free PMC article.
The ultrastructure and adenine nucleotide metabolism of platelets from patients with acute leukemia were studied to elucidate possible mechanisms for the platelet dysfunction observed in this clinical setting. ...Many of the ultrastructural and metabolic defects seen in acute leukemia occur in platelets in preleukemia....
The ultrastructure and adenine nucleotide metabolism of platelets from patients with acute leukemia were studied to elucidate …
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