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F., et al. "Amyloid in Bone Marrow Smears of Patients Affected by Multiple
Myeloma." Annals of Hematology 89.5 (2010): 469. ProQuest
Medical Library. ProQuest. 4/9/2010 <http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1987990391&Fmt=7&clientId=56086&RQT=309&VName=PQD>
Systemic AL amyloidosis is associated with nearly 15% of cases of multiple myeloma, but data on the frequency and significance of amyloid deposits in the bone marrow of patients affected by multiple myeloma without clinical signs of systemic amyloidosis are scanty. Bone marrow smears of 166 unselected patients affected by multiple myeloma (126 at diagnosis and 40 after treatment) were stained with Congo red and studied by transmission and birefringence microscopy. Both focal and diffuse storages were considered positive. Overall, 67 patients were positive and 99 were negative to Congo red and apple-green birefringence. In particular, 51 of the 126 patients studied at diagnosis and 16 of the 40 patients with advanced disease were positive. Seventeen patients were reassessed after a mean follow-up of 32 months (range: 6-91): disappearance of amyloid deposits was verified in three cases, all responsive to bortezomib-based regimens. The preliminary data available suggest that amyloid deposition in the marrow of myeloma patients is frequent, as it can be traced in nearly 40% of cases.
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Wailin. "Uno Parent Files Bankruptcy; Debt-for-Equity Deal in Works."
Chicago Tribune Jan 21 2010: 21. ProQuest. 4/9/2010 <http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1944074281&Fmt=7&clientId=56086&RQT=309&VName=PQD>
According to court documents, the two sides reached an agreement in principle in August.
Bainbridge, T., and A.
Teasdale. The Penguin Companion to European Union. Penguin, 1995. Google
Ten countries have just joined the EU, the proposed new constitution is being hotly debated and measures to foster greater proposed are being introduced at all levels. These and many other developments are surveyed in this new edition of the bestselling Penguin Companion to European Union, now completely revised and expanded. Arranged alphabetically, the Companion provides a balanced and comprehensive picture of the ideas, institutions, personalities and political pressures
that are shaping today’s Europe. <http://www.penguincatalogue.co.uk/media/archive/pdf/0141021187.pdf>.