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The lymphocyte transformation test principles and clinical application


, : The lymphocyte transformation test principles and clinical application. Folia Haematologica (Leipzig) 105(4): 449-462

The principle of the lymphocyte transformation test is presented and the present knowledge of the partially selective effect of various nonspecific mitogens on different lymphocyte populations is discussed. Problems of methodology are briefly dealt with and the possibilities of applying the lymphocyte transformation test is given. Clinical examples in patients affected with malignant lymphoma, infectious mononucleosis and polymyositis are reported.

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