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Is chronic lymphocytic leukemia a response to infectious agents?

Is chronic lymphocytic leukemia a response to infectious agents?
Is chronic lymphocytic leukemia a response to infectious agents?
Stereotypical antibody combining sites are increasingly reported in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). V3-72 is the latest immunoglobulin heavy chain gene segment to be implicated. This rarely used gene segment is associated with a very benign version of CLL. The topic is reviewed and the implications for an infectious origin of CLL discussed.
leukemia, lymphoma, antigen, time, indicate, genes
0145-2126
1063-1064
Hamblin, Terry
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Hamblin, Terry
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Hamblin, Terry (2006) Is chronic lymphocytic leukemia a response to infectious agents? Leukemia Research, 30 (9), 1063-1064. (doi:10.1016/j.leukres.2005.11.022).

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Abstract

Stereotypical antibody combining sites are increasingly reported in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). V3-72 is the latest immunoglobulin heavy chain gene segment to be implicated. This rarely used gene segment is associated with a very benign version of CLL. The topic is reviewed and the implications for an infectious origin of CLL discussed.

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Published date: September 2006
Keywords: leukemia, lymphoma, antigen, time, indicate, genes

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Local EPrints ID: 62767
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/62767
ISSN: 0145-2126
PURE UUID: 5cba194c-9a80-4c49-9b0e-5822d120fcc6

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Date deposited: 09 Sep 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:27

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Author: Terry Hamblin

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