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Work at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School (RPMS) over the next decade, commenced by Gareth Morgan, improved by Tim Hughes and optimised by Nick Cross resulted in a quantitative Bbrc journal assay that could accurately identify the presence journal of american medicine residual cells after transplant.

This technique could also show whether the cells were decreasing over time as a result of the graft v leukaemia (GvL) effect, and if they were increasing, thus necessitating DLI.

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