Leukemia is a cancer of the blood caused by over production of abnormal white blood cells. High levels of leukemia white cells prevents formation of normal red and white blood cells. Lymphoblastic leukemia occurs in lymphocyte marrow cells and most involve the specific subtype the B-cell lymphocytes.
Myeloid leukemia affects the marrow cells that normally goes on to form red blood cells, some types of white cells, and platelets. Our cancer range of antibodies includes antibodies to leukemia markers.