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CRC - FLOW CYTOMETRY IN NEOPLAS - FLOW CYTOMETRY IN NEOPLASTIC HEMATOLOGY: MORPHOLOGIC-IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC CORRELATION - THIRD EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2017-07-06
Description: This third edition is the product of the author’s 25 years of experience with flow cytometry; although it covers the wide spectrum of hematopoietic tumors, the focus remains on most important clinical diagnoses, such as acute promyelocytic leukemia, identification of blasts, identification of clonal B-cell population, differentiating mature versus immature T-cell proliferations, deferential diagnosis between hematogones and B-ALL or distinction between chronic and acute monocytic proliferations.
CLSI H52 - RED BLOOD CELL DIAGNOSTIC TESTING USING FLOW CYTOMETRY; APPROVED GUIDELINE - SECOND EDITION; VOL. 34 NO. 5 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2014-03-01
Description: This document establishes performance guidelines for applying the science of flow cytometry (FCM) to RBC diagnostic testing. It provides guidelines for: Specimen collection, handling, and storage Procedures for calibrating instruments Procedures for QC of blood samples       Specific sections are dedicated to: Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) Diseases of RBC shape, including hereditary spherocytosis (HS) Detection of fetomaternal hemorrhage (FMH) Detection of nucleated RBCs (NRBCs) This document is intended for use by laboratory practitioners, in vitro diagnostic (IVD) device manufacturers concerned with quality laboratory medicine practice, and regulators responsible for clearance of new diagnostic devices and quality laboratory medicine practice.
CLSI I/LA29 - DETECTION OF HLA-SPECIFIC ALLOANTIBODY BY FLOW CYTOMETRY AND SOLID PHASE ASSAYS; APPROVED GUIDELINE - FIRST EDITION; VOL. 28 NO. 24 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2008-08-01
Description: This guideline describes criteria for optimizing flow cytometry crossmatching and the detection of human leukocyte antigen (HLA) alloantibody by solid-phase methods in conventional and multiplex platforms.
CLSI H42 - ENUMERATION OF IMMUNOLOGICALLY DEFINED CELL POPULATIONS BY FLOW CYTOMETRY; APPROVED GUIDELINE - SECOND EDITION; VOL. 27 NO. 16 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2007-05-01
Description: The scope of this document is to establish performance guidelines for the identification and enumeration of lymphocyte subpopulations and the enumeration of CD34+ hematopoietic progenitors using immunofluorescence-based flow cytometry (FCM). The working group recognizes that other, so-called nontraditional methodologies exist or are in development for enumeration of CD4+ T-lymphocytes (e.g., systems using microcapillary sample delivery or nonfluorescent cell detection; see Appendix C).
ISO - 19344 - MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS - STARTER CULTURES, PROBIOTICS AND FERMENTED PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA BY FLOW CYTOMETRY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-12-15
Description: This International Standard specifies a standardized method for the quantification of active and/or total lactic acid bacteria and probiotic strains in starter cultures used in dairy products by means of flow cytometry. The method is also applicable to probiotics used in dairy products and to fermented milk products such as yogurts containing primarily lactic acid bacteria.
CLSI H44 - METHODS FOR RETICULOCYTE COUNTING (AUTOMATED BLOOD CELL COUNTERS, FLOW CYTOMETRY AND SUPRAVITAL DYES); APPROVED GUIDELINE - SECOND EDITION; VOL. 24 NO. 8 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2004-02-01
Description: This document outlines the essential factors that affect automated reticulocyte counting using flow cytometric principles. The designated Class C comparative method (see Section 4, Definitions) is the new methylene blue (NMB) staining of blood collected in ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) anticoagulant.
ISO DIS 19344 - FERMENTED MILK PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA - FLOW CYTOMETRY METHOD (REFERENCE METHOD) Organization: ISO
ISO FDIS 19344 - FERMENTED MILK PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA - FLOW CYTOMETRY METHOD (REFERENCE METHOD) Organization: ISO
ISO 19344 - MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS - STARTER CULTURES, PROBIOTICS AND FERMENTED PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA BY FLOW CYTOMETRY Organization: ISO
BSI - BS ISO 19344 - MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS - STARTER CULTURES, PROBIOTICS AND FERMENTED PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA BY FLOW CYTOMETRY Organization: BSI
Date: 2015-12-31
AFNOR - NF ISO 19344 - MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS - STARTER CULTURES, PROBIOTICS AND FERMENTED PRODUCTS - QUANTIFICATION OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA BY FLOW CYTOMETRY Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2016-05-27
CRC - KE31690 - OPTICAL IMAGING DEVICES : NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-10-22
Description: Drawing upon the extensive academic and industrial experience of its prestigious editors and renowned chapter authors, this authoritative text: Explains the physical principles of optical imaging and sensing Covers topics such as silicon-based imaging characteristics, nanophotonic phased arrays, thin-film sensors, label-free DNA sensors, and in vivo flow cytometry Presents the contributions of leading researchers, real-world examples from biomedicine, recommendations for further reading, and all measurements in SI units Optical Imaging Devices: New Technologies and Applications provides an essential understanding of the design, operation, and practical applications of optical imaging and sensing systems, making it a handy reference for students and practitioners alike.
CLSI H58 - PLATELET FUNCTION TESTING BY AGGREGOMETRY; APPROVED GUIDELINE - FIRST EDITION; VOL. 28 NO. 31 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: This guideline is not intended for use with global hemostasis, platelet counting, flow cytometry, home testing, point-of-care, or research systems.
CLSI I/LA26 - PERFORMANCE OF SINGLE CELL IMMUNE RESPONSE ASSAYS; APPROVED GUIDELINE - SECOND EDITION; VOL 33; NO 14 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2013-11-01
Description: The assays in this document include antigen-stimulated intracellular cytokine production measured by flow cytometry, the quantification of antigen-specific CD4 and CD8 T-cells using major histocompatibility complex (MHC) multimers and flow cytometry, antigen-specific cell quantification using the enzyme-linked immunospot (ELISPOT) assay, and lastly the flow cytometric assessment of changes in the level of fluorescence of carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester (CFSE)–stained cells as a measure of antigen-induced lymphocyte proliferation.
CRC - CONTROLLING BIOFOULING IN - CONTROLLING BIOFOULING IN SEAWATER REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE SYSTEMS Organization: CRC
Date: 2018-01-18
Description: BRP method was developed using a natural consortium of marine bacteria as inoculum and flow cytometry. Experimental studies revealed that tight UF reduced AOM, bio-based phosphate adsorbent reduced phosphate, which lead to the lower biofouling potential of SWRO feed water.
CLSI NBS06 - NEWBORN BLOOD SPOT SCREENING FOR SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY BY MEASUREMENT OF T-CELL RECEPTOR EXCISION CIRCLES; APPROVED GUIDELINE - VOL 33; NO 4 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: It discusses, but does not detail, the methods used in diagnostic laboratory tests for immune deficiencies on whole blood, including immunophenotyping by flow cytometry (addressed in CLSI document H42)20 and lymphocyte function assays (some of which are addressed in CLSI document I/LA26).
CRC - PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS I - PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS IN CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS Organization: CRC
Date: 2003-09-26
Description: Further, the indirect immunofluorescence techniques reviewed in the previous texts has been replaced by immunohistochemical and flow cytometry studies. Finally, in this text I recommend the use of the term monoclonal free light chain (MFLC) to replace the term Bence Jones proteins.
CRC - ATLAS OF DIFFERENTIAL DIA - ATLAS OF DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN NEOPLASTIC HEMATOPATHOLOGY - THIRD EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2014-03-21
Description: Flow cytometric analysis with 6-, 8-, or even 10-color methodologies helps in the diagnosis and subclassication of acute leukemias as well as B- and T-cell lymphomas, but is also expanding its role in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) or myeloproliferative neoplasms. The role of ow cytometry in the analysis of blood, effusions, cerebrospinal uid (CSF), and limited samples cannot be overemphasized.

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