Pediatric Blood & Cancer

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Edited By: Peter E. Newburger, M.D.

Impact Factor: 2.386

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 27/119 (Pediatrics); 37/68 (Hematology); 128/211 (Oncology)

Online ISSN: 1545-5017

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    Frontocerebellar fiber tracking is displayed. A volume delineated by the frontal cerebral pole, the interhemispheric fissure, and the temporal pole was defined as seed ROI, while a cubic volume that included the entire cerebellum was set as target ROI (see Patients and Methods Section). A and B show sagittal views of the tract volume, C and D show axial views. Color in A and C encodes the direction of fiber pathways (green: anterior-posterior, blue: cranio-caudal, red: left-right).

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    (A) Bone marrow aspiration showed megaloblastic erythropoiesis (upper and lower left), apoptotic normoblasts (upper right), dysplastic myelopoiesis (lower left: large metamyelocyte) and micromegakaryocytes (lower right). (B) Brain MRI showing hypomyelination as previously described for folate malabsorption syndromes. In the T2-weighted axial MRI of the patient at the age of 15 months myelination is restricted to the corpus callosum and the periventricular white matter demonstrating a delay in myelination of about 8–9 months. MRI spectroscopy showed normal concentrations of inositol and choline.

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    Time course of TTP relapses and treatments. Vertical arrows indicate relapses; open boxes, treatments other than rituximab; stars, treatments with rituximab; triangle, splenectomy; open horizontal arrows, times in remission; LFU, lost to follow-up.

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    (A) NK cell interaction with antigen (Ag) on tumor cell. Both inhibitory and stimulatory ligands are shown. (B) Antigen presentation to a T-cell in the context of MHC class I. (C) Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR). (D) Bi-specific T-cell Engager (BiTE). CTL, cytotoxic T-lymphocyte; TCR, T-cell receptor; β-2-m, beta-2-microglobulin; Ag, antigen; KIR, Killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor; scFvAb, single chain variable fragment of antibody.

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With sorrow, Pediatric Blood & Cancer editors and staff announce the sudden death of Bob Arceci, who was struck and killed while riding his motorcycle to work on Monday, June 8. This is a profound loss for his family, his patients, and his many friends and colleagues, as well as for Pediatric Blood and Cancer. Bob will be sorely missed; his contributions to pediatric hematology/oncology were many and diverse. He was a brilliant investigator, a superb clinician, an outstanding mentor, and an expert journal editor. His wisdom and wit guided the journal from infancy to its current position of prominence to readers, researchers, practitioners, and patients worldwide.