Gain of chromosome 1q portends worse prognosis in multiple myeloma patients treated with novel agent based induction regimens even after autologous transplantation Meeting Abstract


Authors: Shah, G. L.; Landry, C.; Londono, D.; Devlin, S.; Kosuri, S.; Lesokhin, A. M.; Lendvai, N.; Hassoun, H.; Chung, D. J.; Koehne, G.; Jhanwar, S.; Landgren, O.; Landau, H.; Giralt, S.
Abstract Title: Gain of chromosome 1q portends worse prognosis in multiple myeloma patients treated with novel agent based induction regimens even after autologous transplantation
Meeting Title: 2015 BMT Tandem Meetings
Journal Title: Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation
Volume: 21
Issue: 2 Suppl. 1
Meeting Dates: 2015 Feb 11-15
Meeting Location: San Diego, CA
ISSN: 1083-8791
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.  
Date Published: 2015-02-01
Start Page: S203
End Page: S204
Language: English
ACCESSION: WOS:000348633000271
PROVIDER: wos
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbmt.2014.11.311
Notes: Poster Session I; Meeting Abstract: 268 -- BMT Tandem Meetings -- FEB 11-15, 2015 -- San Diego, CA -- 1 -- Source: Wos
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  1. Sergio Andres Giralt
    538 Giralt
  2. Hani Hassoun
    149 Hassoun
  3. Guenther Koehne
    175 Koehne
  4. Heather Jolie Landau
    189 Landau
  5. Nikoletta Lendvai
    87 Lendvai
  6. Suresh C Jhanwar
    220 Jhanwar
  7. Alexander Meyer Lesokhin
    118 Lesokhin
  8. David Chung
    83 Chung
  9. Sean McCarthy Devlin
    307 Devlin
  10. Carl Ola Landgren
    198 Landgren
  11. Gunjan Lalitchandra Shah
    82 Shah
  12. Satyajit   Kosuri
    23 Kosuri