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Research Article

Identification of Differentially Expressed Genes Associated with Prognosis of B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Table 1

General characteristics of 73 B-ALL patients.

CharacteristicNumber of cases (%)Mean (range)

Sex
 Male44 (60.3)
 Female29 (39.7)
Age
 0 to 1855 (75.3)7.9 (1–18)
 Older than 19 18 (24.7)28.7 (19–44)
MIC classification
 Early precursor B2 (2.7)
 ALL common22 (30.1)
 ALL pre-B24 (32.9)
 ALL B25 (34.3)
Diagnosis risk
 High39 (53.4)
 Regular34 (46.6)
White-cell count (/mm3)
 <10,00049 (67.1)3,676.4 (6.67–9.1 × 103)
 10,000–49,99916 (21.9)22,025 (1 × 104–4.7 × 104)
 50,000–100,0002 (2.8)78,755 (7.8 × 104–7.9 × 104)
 >100,0006 (8.2)212,150 (1 × 105–3.2 × 105)
Percentage of leukemic blasts cells at B-ALL diagnosis 31 (42.5)75.4 (17.5–95.0)