Early predominance of host or donor T-cells correlates with graft failure and GVHD, respectively, in recipients of extensively HLA-mismatched bone marrow transplants following non-myeloablative conditioning. Conference

Kratz, A, Alexander, SI, McAfee, SL et al. (2000). Early predominance of host or donor T-cells correlates with graft failure and GVHD, respectively, in recipients of extensively HLA-mismatched bone marrow transplants following non-myeloablative conditioning. . 96(11), 522A-522A.

cited authors

  • Kratz, A; Alexander, SI; McAfee, SL; Grossberg, H; Sackstein, R; Colby, C; Hope, I; Preffer, FL; Saidman, SL; Weymouth, D; Dombkowski, D; Sachs, DH; Spitzer, TR; Sykes, M

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publication date

  • November 16, 2000

keywords

  • Hematology
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • Science & Technology

start page

  • 522A

end page

  • 522A

volume

  • 96

issue

  • 11