Bone marrow purging with dibutyl phthalate—Experimental basis
It was demonstrated that bone marrow culture with DBF was an effective and safe method in marrow purging for autologous bone marrow transplan- tation . References 1. Bortin M. MHorowitz M. M. & Gale R. P. (1988) Current status of bone marrow transplantation in humans: Report from the International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry.
Bone marrow purging with dibutyl phthalate--experimental
Bone marrow purging with dibutyl phthalate--experimental basis and a preliminary clinical application. C Wu Department of Experimental Hematology, Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine, People's Republic of China.
Dibutyl phthalate purged autologous bone marrow transplant
Therefore, bone marrow culture with DBP at a concentration of 50 u.g/ml is an effective and safe method of marrow purging for autologous bone marrow transplant. In all 14 patients receiving DBP-purged autologous bone marrow transplant, no side-effects possibly in- duced by residual DBP re-infusion were observed.
Stem cell engineering: The new generation of cellular
Bone marrow purging with dibutyl phthalate—Experimental basis and a preliminary clinical application showed preferential suppression of the growth of leukemic cells and could be used as a
Experimental Basis of Bone Marrow Purging with Chemical
Uckun FM, Gajl-Peczalska K, Meyers DE, Ramsay NC, Kersey JH, Colvin M, Vallera DA (1987) Marrow purging in autologous bone marrow transplantation for T-lineage acute lymphoblastic leukemia: Efficacy of ex-vivo treatment with immunotoxins and 4- hydroperoxycyclophosphamide against fresh leukemic marrow progenitor cells.
Purged versus non-purged peripheral blood stem-cell
marrow can contribute to relapse after myeloablative therapy.4 These data supported immunomagnetically purging bone marrow to remove tumour detectable by immunocytology, which has a sensitivity of one tumour cell in 10⁵ normal cells.3 Currently, autologous peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC) are used to restore haemopoiesis after
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Clinical problems include cardiac arrhythmias, bone marrow depression, cerebral degeneration, and damage to liver, kidney, & peripheral nerves. Death occasionally has been attributed to inhalant abuse, probably via the mechanism of cardiac arrhythmias, especially accompanying exercise or upper airway obstruction.
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Cases of serious and fatal poisoning among pregnant women with haemophilia and bone-marrow aplasia have been reported. Xylene also causes skin changes, in particular eczema. Chronic poisoning is associated with the presence of xylene traces in all organs, especially the suprarenal glands, bone marrow, spleen and nerve tissue.
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This table has been compiled on the basis of the Harkins-Jordan correction. It is similar to that in the DIN Standard (DIN 53914) for water and aqueous solutions (density ñ = 1 g/cm3) and is for a commercially available ring having the dimensions R = 9,55 mm (mean ring radius) and r = 0,185 mm (ring wire radius).