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Expression of the surface membrane receptors of neutrophils in myeloproliferative diseases


, : Expression of the surface membrane receptors of neutrophils in myeloproliferative diseases. Tsitologiia 28(9): 1023-1026

For 147 patients with myeloproliferative diseases, a study was made of the expression of Fc-receptors to immunoglobulins IgC, IgA, and that of FcH-receptor and receptors to C3-components of the complement in peripheral blood neutrophils. The data obtained show the lower level of neutrophils having membrane receptors in patients with acute myeloblastic leukemia and chronic granulocytic leukemia at the stage of blast transformation. A decrease in expression of membrane receptors of neutrophils was shown in patients with chronic granulocytic leukemia and benign subleukemic myelosis. The finding of a higher level of neutrophils having surface receptors revealed in patients with real polycythemia is close to the data obtained in the study of expression of membrane receptors in patients with chronic myeloproliferative diseases and healthy persons.

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