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CD34+ gene expression profiling of individual children with very severe aplastic anemia indicates a pathogenic role of integrin receptors and the proapoptotic death ligand TRAIL.

CD34+ gene expression profiling of individual children with very severe aplastic anemia indicates a pathogenic role of integrin receptors and the proapoptotic death ligand TRAIL. Haematologica. 2012 Sep; 97(9):1304-11.

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