Hodgkin's disease ; Past, Present and Future
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In the past decades, significant progresses have been made in the field of research on Hodgkin's disease<sup>1, 2</sup>. Results obtained by the single cell analysis of Reed-Sternberg's cells on tissue sections, radically changed our understanding of this ever-debated disease<sup>3</sup>. Discovery of disturbed functions in some transcription regulatory factors also much clarified the pathophysiology of this disease. In this paper, a brief history and the molecular mechanisms of Hodgkin's disease so far understood will be reviewed.
- The journal of the Japanese Society of Lymphoreticular Tissue research
The journal of the Japanese Society of Lymphoreticular Tissue research 41(1), 33-43, 2001-05-01
The Japanese Society for Lymphoreticular Tissue Research