Active MPN Research
With many clinical trials in progress, as well as clinicians and laboratory scientists around the world researching MPNs, our understanding of these diseases continues to grow. New research on the causes and treatment of MPNs is constantly being published. Here you can find links to the latest MPN research publications.
- CD47 expression is decreased in hematopoietic progenitor cells in patients with myelofibrosis.
- Coexisting of bone marrow fibrosis, dysplasia and an X chromosomal abnormality in chronic neutrophilic leukemia with CSF3R mutation: a case report and literature review.
- Heterogeneity in myeloproliferative neoplasms: Causes and consequences.
- Adverse reactions to drugs and biologics in patients with clonal mast cell disorders: A Work Group Report of the Mast Cells Disorder Committee, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.
- Mast Cells as Key Players in Allergy and Inflammation.
- [Thrombotic microangiopathy developing subsequent to tocilizumab therapy in a patient with TAFRO syndrome].
- International external quality assurance of JAK2 V617F quantification.
- Systemic mastocytosis in adults: 2019 update on diagnosis, risk stratification and management.
- Ruxolitinib treatment for steroid refractory acute and chronic graft versus host disease in children: Clinical and immunological results.
- [Research and Applications Progress of Lenalidomide for Myelofibrosis–Review].
- [Potential Value of Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts in Hematological Malignancies–Review].
- Does hydroxycarbamide therapy really induce leukemic transformation in patients with essential thrombocythemia?
- Somatic Mutations in Philadelphia Chromosome-Negative Myeloproliferative Neoplasms.
- Differences in presenting features, outcome and prognostic models in patients with primary myelofibrosis and post-polycythemia vera and/or post-essential thrombocythemia myelofibrosis treated with ruxolitinib. New perspective of the MYSEC-PM in a large multicenter study⁎.
- JAK2 (and other genes) be nimble with MPN diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy.