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R.E.A.L. classification: a bright future?

EORTC Classification for primary cutaneous lymphomas: A comparison with the R.E.A.L. Classification and the proposed WHO Classification

Cutaneous lymphomas: A proposal for a unified approach to classification using the R.E.A.L./WHO Classification*

Lymphoma classification – from controversy to consensus: The R.E.A.L. and WHO Classification of lymphoid neoplasms

Classification, Expression Pattern, and E3 Ligase Activity Assay of Rice U-Box-Containing Proteins

MACiE (Mechanism, Annotation and Classification in Enzymes): novel tools for searching catalytic mechanisms

Distribution of various subtypes of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in India: A study of 2773 lymphomas using R.E.A.L. and WHO Classifications

Peripheral T-cell lymphomas. Clinico-pathologic study of 168 cases diagnosed according to the R.E.A.L. Classification

From the R.E.A.L. Classification to the upcoming WHO scheme: A step toward universal categorization of lymphoma entities?

E.S. Jaffe, N.L. Harris, H. Stein, J.W. Vardiman (eds). World Health Organization Classification of Tumours: Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues

Peripheral T-cell lymphomas: Initial features, natural history, and prognostic factors in a series of 174 patients diagnosed according to the R.E.A.L. Classification

E400P in advanced seminoma of good prognosis according to the International Germ Cell Cancer Collaborative Group (IGCCCG) classification: The Spanish Germ Cell Cancer Group experience

The clinical utility of the Revised European-American Lymphoma (R.E.A.L.) Classification: Preliminary results of a prospective study in patients with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma from a single centre

 

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A generally accepted scheme for enzyme classification, as recommended by the International Union of Biochemistry. The first number shows the broad type of enzyme (1, oxidoreductase; 2, transferase; 3, hydrolase; 4, lyase; 5, isomerase; 6, ligase (synthetase). The second and third numbers indicate subsets within these broad categories, and the last number, unique to each enzyme, is assigned arbitrarily.

http://www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iubmb/enzyme/ E classification database.

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