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Flow cytometry principles for clinical laboratory practice

quality assurance for quantitative immunophenotyping

by Marilyn A. Owens

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Published by Wiley-Liss in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immunophenotyping.,
  • Flow cytometry -- Diagnostic use.,
  • Immunophenotyping -- methods.,
  • Immunophenotyping -- standards.,
  • Flow Cytometry -- methods.,
  • Flow Cytometry -- standards.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMarilyn A. Owens and Michael R. Loken.
    ContributionsLoken, Michael R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR187.I486 O94 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 224 p. :
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1109641M
    ISBN 100471021768
    LC Control Number94035038

      Flow Cytometry 3/e is intended as a handbook for every laboratory that has a bench-top flow cytometer or a fluorescence activated cell sorter. It is an introduction and guide to those new to the field and a first point of reference for experienced practitioners who want to investigate a new technique. The chapter on immunophenotyping - the most important clinical application of flow cytometry 3/5(2). Principles of Flow Cytometry Introduction. Over the years, flow cytometry technology, with its ­multiple applications, has had a significant impact on our understanding of cell biology, immunology and ­haemopoietic ontogeny, allowing its application to the diagnostic challenges of clinical medicine.

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    Title [Book] Hematology Clinical Principles And Applications 3e Author: Subject: Download Hematology Clinical Principles And Applications 3e - Flow Cytometry: Principles and Clinical Applications in Hematology Michael Brown and Carl Wittwer* The use of flow cytometry in the clinical laboratory has grown substantially in the past decade This is attribut-able in part to. This thoroughly updated Second Edition of Clinical Laboratory Medicine provides the most complete, current, and clinically oriented information in the field. The text features over 70 chapters--seven new to this edition, including medical laboratory ethics, point-of-care testing, bone marrow transplantation, and specimen testing--providing comprehensive coverage of contemporary laboratory 4/5(4).


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leukocyte analysis. Immunologic monitoring of HIV-infected patients is a mainstay of the clinical flow cytometry laboratory. HIV infects helper/inducer T lymphocytes via the CD4 by: Short Summary.

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immunologists and /5(2). specialized flow cytometers for use in the clinical laboratory were de-veloped by several manufacturers. The major clinical application of flow cytometry is diagnosis of hematologic malignancy, but a wide va-riety of other applications exist, such as reticulocyte enumeration and cell function analysis.

Presently, more t journal articlesFile Size: KB. Over the years, clinical laboratory scientists have found additional ways to utilize flow cytometry that go well beyond simple particle counting. Today’s flow cytometers are used in cell differentiation, chromosome analysis, cellular immunology, clinical hematology, cancer diagnosis, pharmacology, and toxicology, to name a few applications.

Clinical Flow Cytometry: Approaches, Principles, and Applications quantity. Add to cart. ISBN: Details. This book is a focused review of clinical flow cytometry, and is meant to be helpful in daily clinical practice for those just beginning to learn flow cytometry as well as those with years of experience.

Covering the basic principles of. The use of flow cytometry has expanded to provide invaluable information for many diseases and conditions (Davis et al., ; De Rosa, Brenchley, & Roederer, ). The purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of the methodology of flow cytometry for the AP and to highlight some applications of flow cytometry in clinical practice.

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This is attribut-able in part to the development of smaller, user-friendly, less File Size: KB. Flow Cytometry Principles for Clinical Laboratory Practice is aninvaluable benchtop reference and introduction for first-time usersof flow cytometry in clinical diagnostic laboratories.

This manualprovides authoritative coverage of accepted methods, qualitycontrols, and standards for the cytometric analysis of clinicalsamples with particular Price: $ “The clinical utility of flow cytometry is vast,” says Patty Sardina, senior product manager for reagents at the Binding Site, San Diego, “because you can get so much information from a single cell.” Key areas for the current use of clinical flow cytometry include those described in the following sections.

Immunodeficiencies. Reference Books in Clinical Flow Cytometry. Immunophenotyping, Carleton C. Stewart and Janet K.A.

Nicholson, editors, ; Introduction to Diagnostic Flow Cytometry: An Integrated Case-Based Approach, Hudnall (Editor), ; Flow Cytometry: Principles for Clinical Laboratory Practice, Owens & Loken, ; Flow Cytometry: Clinical Applications.

Flow Cytometry Principles for Clinical Laboratory Practice is an invaluable benchtop reference and introduction for first-time users of flow cytometry in clinical diagnostic laboratories. This manual provides authoritative coverage of accepted methods, quality controls, and standards for the cytometric analysis of clinical samples with 3/5(1).

Flow cytometry principles for clinical laboratory practice: quality assurance for quantitative immunophenotyping. [Marilyn A Owens; Michael R Loken] A laboratory reference guide for those using flow cytometry in clinical diagnosis, which provides coverage of accepted methods.

As flow cytometry and related imaging technologies continue to evolve, the benefits they bring to the clinical laboratory will only increase. REFEREENCES Davis BH, Wood B, Oldaker T, et al. Validation of cell-based fluorescence assays: Practice guidelines from the ICSH and ICCS – part I – rational and aims.

Flow Cytometry 3/e is intended as a handbook for every laboratory that has a bench-top flow cytometer or a fluorescence activated cell sorter. It is an introduction and guide to those new to the field and a first point of reference for experienced practitioners who want to investigate a new technique.

Thomas A. Fleisher, João B. Oliveira, in Clinical Immunology (Fourth Edition), Flow cytometry has become a standard laboratory tool in the evaluation of hematopoietic cells including the identification of leukocyte populations and subpopulations, a method referred to as immunophenotyping.

The clinical application of this technology has been facilitated by the development of instruments. Flow Cytometry Principles for Clinical Laboratory Practice is an invaluable benchtop reference and introduction for first-time users of flow cytometry in clinical diagnostic laboratories.

This manual provides authoritative coverage of accepted methods, quality controls, and standards for the cytometric analysis of clinical samples with. Practical Flow Cytometry, 4th Edition. Sponsored by Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Advancing Flow Cytometry. Beckman Coulter is proud to make available Howard M.

Shapiro, M.D., P.C.’s Practical Flow Cytometry, 4th Ed. This is the go to reference for anyone interested in developing expertise in flow cytometry applications.Flow cytometry (FC) is an immunophenotyping technique in which suspensions of living cells are stained with specific, fluorescently labeled antibodies and then analyzed with a flow cytometer.

In hematopathology practice, these cell suspensions are derived from blood, bone marrow, body fluids, or fresh solid tissue : Steven J. Kussick.This report reviews the general principles in flow cytometry and selected applications of flow cytometry in the clinical hematology laboratory.

(C) American Association for Clinical Chemistry.