par Klastersky, Jean ;Coune, André
Référence British medical journal, 4, 5734, page (537-538)
Publication Publié, 1970-11
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : In a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and a greatly increased serum acid nitrophenylphosphatase activity, as measured with the Sigma procedure (Sigma Technical Bulletin No. 104, revised August 1961), disappearance of blast cells from the bone marrow and the blood after chemotherapy was followed by the return of serum acid phosphatase levels to normal. Relapse was again accompanied by a rise in enzyme levels. © 1970, British Medical Journal Publishing Group. All rights reserved.