Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis

Krell P, Reuther S, Fischer U, Keller T, Weber S, Gombert M, Schuster FR, Asang C, Stepensky P, Strahm B, Meisel R, et al. (2013)
Haematologica 98(9): 1388-1396.

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Krell P, Reuther S, Fischer U, et al. Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis. Haematologica. 2013;98(9):1388-1396.
Krell, P., Reuther, S., Fischer, U., Keller, T., Weber, S., Gombert, M., Schuster, F. R., et al. (2013). Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis. Haematologica, 98(9), 1388-1396.
Krell, P., Reuther, S., Fischer, U., Keller, T., Weber, S., Gombert, M., Schuster, F. R., Asang, C., Stepensky, P., Strahm, B., et al. (2013). Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis. Haematologica 98, 1388-1396.
Krell, P., et al., 2013. Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis. Haematologica, 98(9), p 1388-1396.
P. Krell, et al., “Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis”, Haematologica, vol. 98, 2013, pp. 1388-1396.
Krell, P., Reuther, S., Fischer, U., Keller, T., Weber, S., Gombert, M., Schuster, F.R., Asang, C., Stepensky, P., Strahm, B., Meisel, R., Stoye, J., Borkhardt, A.: Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis. Haematologica. 98, 1388-1396 (2013).
Krell, Pina, Reuther, Susanne, Fischer, Ute, Keller, Thomas, Weber, Stephan, Gombert, Michael, Schuster, Friedhelm R., Asang, Corinna, Stepensky, Polina, Strahm, Birgit, Meisel, Roland, Stoye, Jens, and Borkhardt, Arndt. “Next-generation-sequencing-spectratyping reveals public T-cell receptor repertoires in pediatric very severe aplastic anemia and identifies a beta chain CDR3 sequence associated with hepatitis-induced pathogenesis”. Haematologica 98.9 (2013): 1388-1396.
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