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Highly skewed T-cell receptor V-beta chain repertoire in the bone marrow is associated with response to immunosuppressive drug therapy in children with very severe aplastic anemia.

Schuster FR, Hubner B, Führer M, Eckermann O, Gombert M, Dornmair K, Binder V, Reuther S, Krell P, Keller T, Borkhardt A. Highly skewed T-cell receptor V-beta chain repertoire in the bone marrow is associated with response to immunosuppressive drug therapy in children with very severe aplastic anemia. Blood Cancer J. 2011 Mar; 1(3):e8.

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