Leukemia-associated immunophenotypes subdivided in “categories of specificity” improve the sensitivity of minimal residual disease in predicting relapse in acute myeloid leukemia

Giovanni Rossi, Vincenzo Giambra, Maria M. Minervini, Chiara De Waure, Silvia Mancinelli, Michele Ciavarella, Nicola P. Sinisi, Potito R. Scalzulli, Angelo M. Carella, Nicola Cascavilla

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