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Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

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Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Not specified

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Not specified

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Not specified

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)
Sample Size: 164

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Not specified

Demographics, reference pathology diagnosis, Outcome (Event-free survival, Progression-free survival, Overall survival)

Creator: René Hänsel

Contributor: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

BACKGROUND: Reference intervals for leukocyte subsets from peripheral blood are helpful for the understanding of disease states and therapy effects. METHODS: We performed in-depth immunophenotyping for 608 healthy German adults from the Leipzig region from 40 to 79 years by 10-color flow cytometry (FCM) to gain reference information for various leukocyte subsets including subsets of granulocytes, monocytes and lymphocytes. RESULTS: First, we derived gender- and age-specific reference intervals
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Creator: Silke Zachariae

Contributor: Silke Zachariae

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