Foreword by Maryalice Stetler-Stevenson.rnForeword by Bruno Brando.rnPreface and acknowledgements.rnAbbreviations.rn1 Antigens.rnCD1 Antigens.rnCD2 Antigen.rnCD3 Antigen.rnCD4 Antigen.rnCD5 Antigen.rnCD7 Antigen.rnCD8 Antigen.rnCD10 Antigen.rnCD11b Antigen.rnCD11cAntigen.rnCD13 Antigen.rnCD14 Antigen.rnCD15 Antigen.rnCD16 Antigen.rnCD19 Antigen.rnCD20 Antigen.rnCD22 Antigen.rnCD23 Antigen.rnCD24 Antigen.rnCD25 Antigen.rnCD30 Antigen.rnCD33 Antigen.rnCD34 Antigen.rnCD38 Antigen.rnCD45 Antigen.rnCD45 Isoforms.rnCD56 Antigen.rnCD57 Antigen.rnCD61 Antigen.rnCD64 Antigen.rnCD65 Antigen.rnCD66c Antigen.rnCD71 Antigen.rnCD79 Antigen.rnCD103 Antigen.rnCD117 Antigen.rnCD138 Antigen.rnHLA-DR Antigen.rnNG2 Antigen.rnImmunoglobulins.rnMyeloperoxidase.rnCytotoxic Proteins.rnKIR, CD158 Isoforms.rnT Cell Receptor.rnTerminal Deoxy-nucleotidyl Transferase.rnBcl-2 Protein.rnZAP-70 Protein.rnReferences.rn2 Diseases.rnMyeloproliferative Neoplasms.rnMyelodysplastic/Myeloproliferative Neoplasms.rnMyelodysplastic Syndromes.rnAcute Myeloid Leukaemias.rnAcute Leukaemias of Ambigous Lineage Attribution.rnAcute Leukaemias Not Recognized by The WHO Classification.rnAcute Leukaemias of Lymphatic Precursors.rnNeoplastic Disease of Mature B Cells.rnNeoplastic Disease of Mature T And NK Cells.rnAppendix.rnReferences.
Flow Cytometry of Hematological Malignancies contains an array of graphical outputs produced by the technique in the study of the most (and the least) common diseases. The images included allow you to compare your own results with a third party reference pattern. There is a detailed description of the main leukocyte antigens, together with a description of their distribution amongst normal and abnormal blood cells. The book also provides a comprehensive description of the phenotype of every neoplastic blood disease recorded in the WHO classification system, including all the instructions needed to recognise and classify even the least common entity.rnDesigned to be practical, the book is perfect for quick consultation and is divided into two main sections. Section I deals with the direct object of immunophenotyping, and Section II deals with the ultimate target of the analysis. More than 50 antigens are covered and every antigen is dealt with in three main parts: general features, cytometric features and practical hints.rnThis authoritative and state-of-the-art reference will be invaluable for clinicians directly involved in the diagnosis and analysis of hematological diseases, including hematologists, hematopathologists, oncologists, pathologists and technicians working in diagnostic laboratories.