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Analysis of the T-cell clonotype in the bone marrow of immune-mediated aplastic anemia Identification of a T-cell clone that preferentially proliferates in the bone marrow of a cyclosporine-dependent aplastic anemia patient



Analysis of the T-cell clonotype in the bone marrow of immune-mediated aplastic anemia Identification of a T-cell clone that preferentially proliferates in the bone marrow of a cyclosporine-dependent aplastic anemia patient



Blood 84(10 SUPPL 1): 9A




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