Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation: Clinical Research And Practice
by Mary J. Laughlin /
2003 / English / PDF
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Leading authorities provide a valuable account of the clinical and labratory issue related to allogeneic stem cell transplantation. Key chapters feature such topics as the selection of optimal inrelated allogeneic grafts for patients with hematologic malignancies issues related to stem cell mobilization in normal donors allogeneic peripheral blood cell vs marrow-derived transplantation umbilical cord blood as a new stem cell source kinetics of immune reconstitution post allogeneic transplantation the role of allogeneic transplantation in breast cancer, and the application of mini-conditioning in allogeneic grafting. The book will serve as a guide in development of innovative clinical and labratory inquiry in the field of allogeneic transplantation for all clinicians and labratory investigators focused on hematopoetic stem cells and immune biology research.