Definition of a minimal genes set for mature lymphoid blood diseases

Pierre Sujobert 1, 2 Yannick Le Bris 3 Laurence de Leval 4 Audrey Gros 5, 6 Jean Philippe Merlio 7, 6 Cedric Pastoret 8, 4 Sarah Huet 1, 2 Clémentine Sarkozy 2, 1 Frederic Davi 9, 10 Mary Callanan 11, 12 Catherine Thieblemont 13 David Sibon 14 Vahid Asnafi 15 Claude Preudhomme 16 Philippe Gaulard 17, 18 Fabrice Jardin 19 Gilles Salles 2, 1 Elizabeth Macintyre 14, 15
Résumé : High throughput sequencing is increasingly used in the diagnosis of lymphoid neoplasms, in order to establish the diagnosis, to precise the prognosis or to search for molecular target for therapy. In order to standardize the diagnostic procedure in France, the Lymphoma Study Association (LYSA) and the Groupe des biologistes moleculaires des hemopathies malignes (GBMHM) propose in this paper two consensual minimal gene panels that are relevant for B and T cell neoplams respectively.
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Pierre Sujobert, Yannick Le Bris, Laurence de Leval, Audrey Gros, Jean Philippe Merlio, et al.. Definition of a minimal genes set for mature lymphoid blood diseases. Hématologie, John Libbey Eurotext, 2018, 24 (1), pp.27-59. ⟨10.1684/hma.2018.1315⟩. ⟨hal-01870189⟩

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