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Ratio of blood and marrow-derived cells in bone marrow transplantation.
  1. H Kay,
  2. H Lumley,
  3. H M Clink,
  4. R L Powles

    Abstract

    The content of the cell suspensions used in bone marrow transplantation can vary by at least twelvefold in the ratio of bone marrow-derived to blood-derived cells. The ratio is somewhat higher in young donors but is similar for male and female donors and is not closely correlated with the incidence of graft v host reactions.

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