Percentage of Philadelphia chromosome (Ph)-negative and Ph-positive cells found after autologous transplantation for chronic myelogenous leukemia depends on percentage of diploid cells induced by conventional-dose chemotherapy before collection of autologous cells

M. Talpaz, H. Kantarjian, J. Liang, L. Calvert, J. Hamer, P. Tibbits, A. Durett, David Claxton, S. Giralt, I. Khouri, D. Przepiorka, K. Van Besian, B. Andersson, R. Mehra, J. Gajewski, D. Seong, J. Hester, E. Estey, M. Korbling

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