Lymphoma; methods and protocols.
Ed. by Timothy Illidge & Peter W.M. Johnson.
Humana Press Inc.
Methods in molecular medicine; 115
Mostly British scientists offer some practical information on the current molecular approaches being used to understand, classify, and treat lymphoma. The volume is not exhaustive for every chromosomal translocation and gene rearrangement, of course, but is designed to provide a background to the field and a foundation for the molecular diagnostics of a group of disease that are both biologically interesting and medically important. The topics include the purification of primary malignant B-cells and immunoblot analysis of Bcl-2 family proteins, idiotype gene rescue in follicular lymphoma, and antibody techniques used to study anaplastic lymphoma kinase-positive ALCL.
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