Contribution of Flow Cytometry to Acute Leukemia Classification in Tunisia

@article{Feki2000ContributionOF,
  title={Contribution of Flow Cytometry to Acute Leukemia Classification in Tunisia},
  author={S. Feki and H. el Omri and M. Laatiri and S. Ennabli and K. Boukef and F. Jenhani},
  journal={Disease markers},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={131 - 133}
}
  • S. Feki, H. el Omri, +3 authors F. Jenhani
  • Published 2000
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Disease markers
  • The precision of immunological characterization of leukemias was improved by a certain number of technical innovations, particularly hybridoma production and standardization, resulting in monoclonal antibodies and definition of recognised cellular antigens (designated by CD: Cluster of Differentiation). The aim of this work was to determine the immunophenotyping profile of patients with leukemia, by means of a flow cytometric method: 66 blood samples coming from leukemic persons in the Sahel… CONTINUE READING
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