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blast cell

[′blast ‚sel]
(histology)
An undifferentiated precursor of a human blood cell in the reticuloendothelial tissue.
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Selective blast cell reduction in elderly patients with acute myeloid leukemia secondary to myelodysplastic syndrome treated with methylprednisolone.
In this study, univariate analysis showed that T-ALL, high LDH at diagnosis, age ≥35 years, blast cell proportion ≥5% on the 15 [sup]th day of induction therapy, and extramedullary infiltration before HSCT were the poor prognosis factors.
Clinical and laboratory characteristics at diagnosis were statistically correlated (age, sex, WBC count, hemoglobin level, PLT count, blast cells rate) with t(5;17), t(8;21), inv(16) chromosomal aberrations, and FLT3 mutations (Table 1).
It is based on number of blast cells and partially or fully differentiated mature cell type on smear of the blood and/or bone marrow sample.
To support the new freezer and blast cell operations, the low temperature distribution and food processing facility has an upgraded machine and mechanical room.
Holt and Smith (1969) 17 also quoted that in acute leukemia, retinopathy has relation to high blast cell count in circulating blood.
The phenotype of L-CFU and its correlation with the immunological characteristics of the blast cell population in AML.
In December 2009, results presented at the American Society for Hematology showed that elesclomol was highly active against acute myeloid leukemia (AML) cell lines and primary blast cells from AML patients.
4 x 109/L) with 95% blast cells on peripheral film.
DISCUSSION: Transient abnormal myelopoiesis (TAM) is the clonal proliferation of myeloid blast cells which affects an estimated 5-10% of newborns with Down'ssyndrome.
5) Peripheral 10 blood blast cells % Bone marrow 50 blast cells % Follow-up 24 months Main causes of Hemorrhagic death complications and infections