Adult AML leukemia, a type of cancer in
which the bone marrow, blasts Milo (a type of white blood cell), red blood
cells or platelets is abnormal.
Adult AML Cancer is a cancer of the blood
and bone marrow. This cancer is rapidly deteriorating if it is not treated. The
most common type of acute leukemia is in adults. Other names are AML, acute
myelogenous leukemia, acute myeloblastic leukemia, acute non-luminosity
Naturally, the bone marrow generates blood
stem cells (immature cells), which eventually become mature blood cells. The
stem cell is transformed into a stem cell of the bone marrow or lymphatic stem
cell. The lymphoid cell is transmitted to the white blood cell. The bone marrow
stem cell also becomes one of three types of adult blood cells:
Red blood cells that carry oxygen and other
materials to the tissues of the body.
White blood cells that are responsible for
the fight against infection and disease.
Platelets prevent blood loss by creating
blood clots in the blood.
Genetic locus involved in rejection of
foreign tissues is called the MHC Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC Major
Histocompatibility Complex). The main function of this complex is to provide
antigens delivered by antigen presenting cells to T lymphocytes. The MHC gene
has the most information for the proper supply of antigens, and is divided into
three distinct gene regions II, I and III. In Q1, there are positions of genes
B, A, and C, and in Q II there are positions of the DQ, DP, and DR genes, which
eventually produce proteins of these names. Each of the K II proteins has ? and
? chains that are not referred to as DRA1, DRB1, or DPA1, DPB1, and so on. In
the area of ??CA III, there are also important gene sites, including some of
the complementary proteins (C2, C4A, C4B), a series of cytokines (LTA, TNF-?
LTB) as well as thermal shock proteins. The
study of HLA alleles and haplotypes for Nand is important: 2- Tissue and organ
Anthropological studies, immigration, and
the mixing of various communities, 9. Confirmation or rejection of parental
authenticity and identification of legal personality, 9. Study of HLA alleles
and haplotypes with risk or resistance to a series.