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ClearLLab 10C Panel Markers and how they are combined

Introduction

Flow cytometric immunophenotyping remains an indispensable tool for the diagnosis, classification, staging, and monitoring of hematologic neoplasms. There have been significant advances in flow cytometry instrumentation and availability of an expanded range of antibodies and fluorochromes that have improved the ability to identify different normal cell populations and recognize phenotypic aberrancies.

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