Further reading

Catovsky D and Foa R (1990) The Lymphoid Leukaemias.

London: Butterworth. Croce CM (1993) Molecular biology of lymphomas.

Seminars in Oncology 20: 31-46. Gaidano G, Pastore C and Volpe G (1995) Molecular pathogenesis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma: a clinical perspective. Haematologica 80: 454^-72. Harris NL, Jaffe ES, Stein H et al (1994) A revised Euro pean-American classification of lymphoid neoplasms: a proposal from the international lymphoma study group. Blood 84: 1362-1392.

Isaacson PG (1994) Gastrointestinal lymphoma. Human Pathology 25: 1020-1029.

Klein G (1993) Multistep evolution of B-cell-derived tumors in humans and rodents. Gene 135: 189-196.

Kuppers R and Rajewsky K (1998) The origin of Hodgkin and Reed/Sternberg cells in Hodgkin's disease. Annual Review of Immunology 16: 471-493.

Levine AM (1994) Lymphoma complicating immunodeficiency disorders. Annals of Oncology 5: 29-35.

Meeker T, Lowder J, Cleary ML et al (1985) Emergence of idiotype variants during treatment of B-cell lymphoma with anti-idiotype antibodies. New England journal of Medicine 312: 1658-1665.

Rosenberg SA, Berard CW and Brown BW [r (1982) National Cancer Institute sponsored study of classifications of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas: Summary and description of a Working Formulation for Clinical Usage. Cancer 49: 2112-2135.

Vandenberghe E (1994) Mantle cell lymphoma. Blood Reviews 8: 79-87.

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