Flow cytometry atlas of normal human bone marrow

by Alexey Bersenev on July 27, 2011 · 0 comments

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I’d like to share freely available flow cytometry atlas of normal human bone marrow. This is a great resource for clinical labs and for cell therapy developers.

Here are the four parts of the flow cytometry atlas of normal human bone marrow explored by the french group GTLLF. Il reports on a 12 tubes panel of 4 colour combinations analyzed in a very systematized way.

For those of you who work in clinical labs in hematology and pathology, it will be very useful to have an atlas of leukemic cells morphology .
Also, look at consensual documents for the immunophenotypic diagnosis of leukemias by flow cytometry.

These resources provided by The European LeukemiaNet.

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