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Rosette formation in chronic lymphocytic leukemia: studies of lymphocytes from peripheral blood and lymph node biopsy



Rosette formation in chronic lymphocytic leukemia: studies of lymphocytes from peripheral blood and lymph node biopsy



Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 14(12): 1268-1270



Lymphocytes were obtained from a lymph node biopsy from a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukemia in whom B [bone marrow-derived] and T [thymus-derived] lymphocytes were present in equal percentages in the peripheral blood. The lymphocytes were examined for rosette formation with mouse and sheep erythrocytes in order to determine whether the leukemic process was of the B or T cell type.

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