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Pattern of p53 expression in bone marrow biopsies from patients with bone marrow failure Fanconis anemia, hypocellular refractory anemia and acquired aplastic anemia



Pattern of p53 expression in bone marrow biopsies from patients with bone marrow failure Fanconis anemia, hypocellular refractory anemia and acquired aplastic anemia



Blood 90(10 SUPPL 1 PART 2): 12B-13B, Nov 15




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