... , e.g. skin , digestive tract or glands . leukemia
starts in the bone marrow stem cells . ... bone marrow ) - hematological malignancies , leukemia
, lymphoma , Hodgkin's disease , non-Hodgkin's ... frequently occurring to least: neuroblastoma , leukemia
, central nervous system, retinoblastoma , ...
... cells have been used to treat cancer patients with conditions such as leukemia
and lymphoma . During chemotherapy , most growing cells are killed by the cytotoxic agents. These agents not only kill the leukemia
or neoplastic cells, but also the stem cells needed to replace the killed ...
Tumors of blood cells:
hematopoietic cells: leukemia
lymphoid cells: non-Hodgkin lymphoma , Hodgkin lymphoma
Tumors ... it is malignant.
... cell division (i.e., cancer ) can occur.
Gene therapy trials to treat severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) were halted or restricted when leukemia
was reported in several of the patients.
Adenoviruses are viruses that carry their genetic material in the form of DNA. When ...
... , through a chromosomal aberration during cell division . A distinct aberration in a dividing stem cell in the bone marrow leads to adult leukemia
An increase in protein concentration, caused by
an increase of protein expression (through misregulation)
an increase of protein ...
... ; type species: Mouse mammary tumour virus
Genus Gammaretrovirus ; type species: Murine leukeamia virus ; others include Feline leukemia
Genus Deltaretrovirus ; type species: Bovine leukaemia virus ; others include Human T-lymphotropic virus
Genus Epsilonretrovirus ...