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Techniques made simple Flow Cytometry

  title={Techniques made simple Flow Cytometry},
  author={R. Jahan-Tigh and C. Ryan and G. Obermoser and Kathryn Schwarzenberger},
Of the techniques available to both the clinician and the researcher, few are as widely employed as flow cytometry. With applications that range from common clinical laboratory tests, such as complete blood count with differential and monitoring of CD4 cell count in HIV patients, to advanced, multicolor flow cytometry used to identify subtypes of inflammatory cells active in diseases such as psoriasis and lupus, flow cytometry has become rapid, flexible, and sensitive. 

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