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We thank the cytometric technicians Jana Ridoskova, Klara Pospisilova and Lucie Gondorcinova, and the molecular genetic technicians Katka Muzikova and Leona Reznickova and Marketa Kalinova. MV highly appreciates the practical and theoretical experience in the laboratory of Z Trajanoski (Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Christian Doppler Laboratory for Genomics and Bioinformatics, Graz University of Technology, Austria), as well as the friendly atmosphere. The collaboration of all Czech Pediatric Hematology (CPH) centers (leaders: B Blazek (Ostrava), Z Cerna (Plzen), J Hak (Hradec Kralove), Y Jabali (Ceske Budejovice), V Mihal (Olomouc), D Prochazkova (Usti nad Labem), J Stary (Praha) and J Sterba (Brno)) is appreciated. The work was supported by Grants Nos. GA UK 80/2004, MSM0021620813, IGA MZ CR 7430-3 and 6929-3.
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Vaskova, M., Mejstrikova, E., Kalina, T. et al. Transfer of genomics information to flow cytometry: expression of CD27 and CD44 discriminates subtypes of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Leukemia 19, 876–878 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.leu.2403706
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