Bone marrow chromosomes from four patients with Ph1 negative chronic myelogenous leukaemia have been examined with quinacrine fluorescence. The marrow cells of all four patients showed an apparently normal karyotype. This karyotype is different from that of the Ph1 positive variant in which a possible translocation (9q+;22q−) has been observed.
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