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Single-cell suspensions were incubated with combinations of monoclonal antibodies in three- or four-color immunofluorescence (Becton Dickinson, San Jose, CA, USA) using concentrations titrated for optimal staining. Antibodies used in the analysis recognized stem cell and pan-leukocyte antigens including CD45, CD34, CD38, TdT and HLA-DR; myeloid-associated antigens including myeloperoxidase (MPO), CD117, CD33, CD13, CD15, CD11b, CD64 and CD14; and lymphoid-associated antigens.
0in;font-size:12. 0pt;font-family:Arial'>General ========================================================================= ● 6050 cases/year in US in 2012 (National Cancer Institute), peaks at age 4; usually age 15 years or less ● 80% of childhood leukemia is ALL ● Higher incidence in whites, males and advanced (not developing) countries ● 85% are B cell, 15% are T cell, but both often express aberrant myeloid or lymphoid associated antigens.
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Launder TM, Bray RA, Stempora L, Chenggis ML, Farhi DC. Lymphoid-associated antigen expression by acute myeloid leukemia. Am J ClinPathol. 1996 Aug; 106(2): 185-91.