Decreased Proliferative Activity of Erythroblasts in Granulocytic Stem Cell Leukaemia

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PROOF of reduced reproductive activity of both leukaemic blastocytes in granulocytic stem cell leukaemia and of erythroblasts in Morbus Di Guglielmo2 has previously been obtained using 3H-thymidine (3H-dThd) incorporation, micro-spectrophotometric measurements of DNA content and evaluations of mitotic indices. But no data have been published concerning 3H-dThd incorporation and mitotic activity of erythroblasts in patients suffering from granulocytic stem cell leukaemia. Such data are presented here.

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HUBER', C., HUBER, H., SCHMALZL, F. et al. Decreased Proliferative Activity of Erythroblasts in Granulocytic Stem Cell Leukaemia. Nature 229, 113–114 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1038/229113a0

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