Selected Publications

Recent Publications

Below are some of our most recent publications. When possible, links to the full articles have been posted.

  • Zehentner B.K., de Baca M.E., Wells D.A., Loken M.R. “Intraclonal Heterogeneity in Concomitant Monoclonal Lymphocyte and Plasma Cell Populations: Combining Flow Cytometric Cell Sorting With Molecular Monoclonality Profiling.” Clin Lymphoma Myeloma Leuk. 2013 Apr 13 (2): 214-7.
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  • Zehentner B.K., Hartmann L., Johnson K.R., Stephenson C.F., Chapman D.B., de Baca M.E., Wells D.A., Loken M.R., Tirtorahardjo B., Gunn S.R., Lim L. “Array-Based Karyotyping in Plamsa Cell Neoplasia After Plasma Cell Enrichment Increases Detection of Genomic Aberrations.” 2012 AJCP Oct:138(4):579-89.
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  • Loken, M.R. “Residual disease detected by multidimensional flow cytometry signifies high relapse risk in patients with de novo acute myeloid leukemia: a report from Children’s Oncology Group.” 2012 Aug 23 Blood (0006-4971), 120 (8): 1581.
  • Hartmann L., Sanford Biggerstaff J., Chapman D.B., Scott J.M., Johnson K.R., Ghirardelli K.M., Fritschle W.K., Martinez D.L., de Baca M., Wells D.A., Loken M.R., Zehentner B.K. “Detection of genomic abnormalities in Multiple Myeloma: The application of FISH analysis in combination with various plasma cell enrichment techniques.” 2011 AJCP Nov. 136(5):712-20.
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  • Chu, Sung-Chao. “Flow cytometric scoring system as a diagnostic and prognostic tool in myelodysplastic syndromes.” July 2011 Leukemia Research (0145-2126), 35(7): 868.
  • Zehentner B.K., Cutler J.A., Fritschle W.K., Bennington R.K., Wentzel C., Smading S.R., Jeffery E.W., Wells D.A., Loken M.R. “A Minority of Concurrent Monoclonal Lymphocytes and Plasmacytic Cells Sharing Light Chains are Genetically Related in Putative Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma.” 2011 Leukemia Research 35:1597-1604.
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  • Cutler J.A. “Phenotypic abnormalities strongly reflect genotype in patients with unexplained cytopenias.”May 2011 Cytometry. Part B, Clinical Cytometry (1552-4949), 80(3):150.

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