MANUSCRIPTS

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ABSTRACTS

  1. Sanoja-Flores Luzalba, Flores-Montero Juan, and Orfao Alberto1 on behalf of the EuroFlow Consortium and the International Myeloma Foundation. Frequency and number of clonal plasma cells in peripheral blood (PB) in plasma cell neoplasm (PCN) by Next Generation Flow. XV Congress of Iberican Society of Cytometry. May 2017. (poster presentation) *link to follow*
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  3. Spencer A, Mithraprabhu S, Ramachandran M, Klarica D, Hocking J, Mai L, Walsh S, Broemeling D, Marziali A, Kalff A, Wiggin M, Durie BGM, and Khong TT. Evaluation of Circulating Tumour DNA for the Mutational Characterisation of Multiple Myeloma. Blood 2015 126:368.
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  4. Misiewicz-Krzeminska I, et al. Quantification of Cyclin D1, Cyclin D2, Ikaros, Aiolos, and Cerebelon Proteins by Capilary Immunoassay in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma and Analysis of their Impact on Patient Survival. EHA21 Abstract Book (2016).
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